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CHELMSFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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OF CHELMSFORD 



ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 
FISCAL 2010 



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Community Profile &Map 




2010 Quick Facts 



Incorporated: 

Type Of Government: 



County: 
Land Area: 
Public Road Miles 
Total Population: 



May 1655 

Board Of Selectmen 

Town Manager 

Representative Town Meeting 

Middlesex 

22.54 Sq. Miles 

230 

33,313 



Registered Voters: 
Total Households: 
Median Household Income: 
Median Home Value: 
Tax Rate Per $1000: 
Median Tax Bill: 
Operating Budget: 
Website: 



23,474 

12,817 

$82,676 

$378,100 

$15.15 (Single Rate) 

$5,105 

$98,311,099 

www.townofchelmsford.us 



Chelmsford, Massachusetts 







TOWN OK CHELMSFORD. MASSACHUSETTS 



Mo? 



Table of Contents 




TOWN GOVERNMENT 


PAGE# 






• Meeting Schedule 


1 


• Geener Chelmsford Initiative 107 


Elected Officials 


2-3 


• Cemetery Commission 


108-109 


Town Meeting Representatives 


4-5 


HUMAN SERVICES 




• Appointed Officials 


6-9 


Board of Health 


110-113 


BOARDS & COMMITTEES 




• Council on Aging & Elder Services 114-116 


Committee Descriptions 


10-13 


• Veteran's Services 


117 


BOARD OF SELECTMEN 




• Chelmsford Housing Authority 1 1 8 


• Letter From Chairman 


14-15 


• Arts & Technology Education Fund 119 


TOWN ADMINISTRATION 




• Bicycle And Pedestrian Advisory Committee 1 20-12 1 


• Letter From Manager 


16-18 


• Cultural Council 


122-123 


• Finance Department 


18-20 


• Parade Committee 


^^A 126-127 


• Finance Committee/ Assessing 


20-21 


• Chelmsford Library 


• Finance / Accounting 


22-23 


• Photo Credits 


^£^ 128 


• Employee Payroll 


24-28 






• School Employee Payroll 


28-42 




Town Clerk / Board Of Registrars 


42-43 




Town Meeting Actions 


44-60 




• Election Results 
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

Community Development 


61 -67 




?0l0 


68 


Meeting Schedules 


Planning Board 

• Master Plan Committee 

• Zoning Board of Appeals / Inspections Dept. 


69 

70-71 

72-73 


Board of Selectmen 


Every other Monday 
Town Offices - 7:00 PM 


• Open Space Stewardship 


74 


School Committee 


Every other Tuesday 


Conservation Commission 


75-77 




230 North Road - 7:30 PM 


Community Preservation Committee 


78-79 






• Historical Commission / Historic District Com- 


80 


Planning Board 


2nd & 4th Wednesday 


mission 






Town Offices - 7:00 PM 


• Community Action Program Committee 


81 






PUBLIC EDUCATION 




Board of Appeals 


2nd & 4th Thursday 


• Letter From Superintendent 


82-84 




Town Office - 7:00 PM 


• Nashoba Valley Technical High School 
PUBLIC SAFETY 

Police Department 


85-87 
88-93 


Conservation Commission 1 st & 3rd Tuesday 

Town Offices - 7:30 PM 


• Fire Department 
PUBLIC WORKS 

• Engineering Department 


94-95 
96-97 


Board of Health 


1 st Monday 
Town Offices - 7:00 PM 


• Highway Department 


97-98 


Housing Authority 


1st Monday 


• Highway / Sewer Divisions 


98 




10 Wilson Street - 5:00 PM 


Public Buildings / Parks Division 


99 






• Public Facilities Department 


100-101 


Schedules are subject to change. To confirm all meetings, 


• Permanent Building Committee 
Recycling / Solid Waste 


102-103 
104-106 


please call the Town Clerk's Office at (978) 250-5201 or visit 
the Town s Official Website at www. townofchelmsford. us 







FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



PAGE 1 



Town Government 




Elected Officials 



Town Clerk's Listing as of April 6, 2010 



BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
3-YEAR TERM 

2011 

ERIC R. DAHLBERG 
VICE CHAIRMAN 
344 BOSTON ROAD 

2012 

George r. Dixon, jr. 
Chairperson 

15 edgelawn drive 

2012 

SEAN M. SCANLON 

11 SIERRA DRIVE 

2013 

matt Hanson 
Clerk 

16 wedgewood drive 

2013 

jon kurland 

17 Mansfield drive 



board of health 

3-YEAR TERM 

2013 

Earnest wu 
Chairman 

255 NORTH RD #28 



2011 

PETER DULCHINOS 
VICE CHAIRMAN 
17 SPAULDING RD 



2012 

ann marie roark 

Clerk 

9 Natalie Rd 



CEMETERY COMMISSION 
3-YEAR TERM 

2011 

peters. pedulla 
Vice Chairman 
31 brentwood rd 

2012 

jean r mccaffery 
Chairperson 

255 NORTH RD#215 
2013 

Gerald L. Hardy 

181 LITTLETON ROAD 



CONSTABLE 
3-YEAR TERM 

2013 

William E. spence 
9i billerica Road 



HOUSING AUTHORITY 
5-YEAR TERM 

2011 

GEORGIANA C. MUELLER 

TREASURER 

114 RlVERNECK RD 

2012 

Gail f. beaudoin 
Chairperson 
8 buckman dr 

2013 

MARY E. St. Hi LAI re 
Assistant Treasurer 
212 dalton rd 

2013 

MICHAEL MYRRAY 
GOVERNOR'S APPOINTMENT 
201 ACTON ROAD 



LIBRARY TRUSTEES 
3-YEAR TERM 



2011 

Eric Groves 

c32 scotty hollow drive 

2011 

margaret e. marshall 

Chair 

2 draycoach drive 

2011 

Charles wojtas 
320 wellman avenue 

2012 

DIANE M. SEVERIN 

VICE CHAIR 

28 PROCTOR ROAD 

2012 

Carol l. sneden 
Treasurer 
4 Laredo dr 

2013 

David m. braslau 
Treasurer 
99 high Street 

2013 

Lisa E. Daigle 
Secretary 

21 AMBLE RD 

MODERATOR 
3-YEAR TERM 

2011 

DENNIS E. MCHUGH 

63 DALTON RD 



2010 

DENISE MARCAURELLE 
VICE CHAIRPERSON 
7 WHIPPLETREE RD 



PAGE 2 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



Town Government 




Elected Officials 



Town Clerk's Listing as of April 6, 2010 



PLANNING BOARD 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE 


3-YEAR TERM 


3-YEAR TERM 


ALTERNATE 2 YR TERM 






2011 


2011 


KATHERINE H. DUFFETT 


James m Lane jr. 


CHAIR 


Vice Chair 


47 THOMAS DR 


290 OLD WESTFORD ROAD 






2011 


2011 


ANGELO J. TARANTO, 


ANN B. MCGUIGAN 


8 CHARLEMONT CT 


CHAIR 




5 Anns Way 


2012 




NICHOLAS A. DESlLVIO 


2011 


Vice chair 


MICHAEL N. RAISBECK 


4 COACH ROAD 


ALTERNATE 




85 HIGH STREET 


2013 




EVELYN S. THOREN 


2012 


18 PINEWOOD ROAD 


ROBERT P. JOYCE 




103 TURNPIKE RD 


2013 




Janet l. askenburg 


2012 


SECRETARY 


COLLEEN STANSFIELD 


185 WESTFORD STREET 


CLERK 




5 Field Street 








SEWER COMMISSION 


2012 


3-YEAR TERM 


S. GEORGE ZAHAROOLIS 




191 PRINCETON ST 


2011 




Richard J. Day 


2013 


CLERK 


EDMOND N. ROUX 


6 MERILDA AVENUE 


4 wiggin Street 






2011 


2013 


JOHN F. SOUZA 


SUSAN C. SULLIVAN 


VICE CHAIRMAN 


16 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE 


123 STEDMAN STREET 




2012 




William f. Dalton 




12 Dartmouth Street 




2013 




Barry b. Balan 




Chairman 




7 SKYVIEW Dr 




2013 




JEFFREY A. MILLER 




10 LOISELLE LN 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



PAGE 3 



TOWN GOVERNMENT 




Town Meeting Representatives 



The legislative body of the Town of 
Chelmsford is a Representative Town 
Meeting consisting of elected repre- 
sentatives from nine precincts who are 
elected for a three year term. 

A more detailed listing of all Town 
Meeting Representatives, including 
Term Expirations and contact infor- 
mation can be found on the Town s 
official website at www, townofchelms- 
ford. us or by contacting the Town 
Clerk's Office at 978-250-5205 

The list is current as of the April 2010 
Election 



Precinct 2 



Precinct 1 



Patricia E. Dzuris 2011 

Cynthia J. Kaplan 201 1 

Karen I. Kowalski 201 1 

Ann B. McGuigan 2011 

Timothy S. Mcllvenna 2011 

Steven D. Mitchell 2011 

Samuel P. Chase 2012 

Patrick Michael Hayes 2012 

Ralph B. Hickey 2012 

Stephanie J. Levell 2012 

Frances T McDougall 2012 

Laura C . McGuigan 2012 

Kathryn Brough 2013 

Thomas M. DiPasquale 2013 

Peggy Dunn 2013 

Robert P. Joyce 2013 

James P. Lynch 2013 

Kathleen A. Tubridy 2013 



Thomas M. Crowe, Jr. 201 1 

Laura A. Lee 2011 

George L. Merrill 2011 

David W. Morey 2011 

John W. Thompson 20 1 1 

Mary Jo Welch 2011 

Janis Ackerman 20 1 2 

William F. Dalton 2012 

David M. Irvine 2012 

Maria G. Karafelis 2012 

Janet E . Murphy 2012 

Michael J. Santos 2012 

Bruce Clark 2013 

Bernadette Gilet 2013 

Karen A. Thorp-Dussourd 20 1 3 

M. Janice Spence 2013 

Jean S. Whiting 2013 

Charles Wojtas 2013 

Precinct 3 

2011 
2011 
2011 
2011 
2011 
2011 



Precinct 4 



Pamela L. Armstrong 
Michael F. Curran 
Patricia F. Magnell 
Michael F. McCall 
Thomas E. Moran 
Leonard Olenchak 

George R. Dixon, Jr 
Joyce E. Johnson 
Jeffrey A. Miller 
William A. Nolan 
Richard D. Russo 
James P. Spiller 

H. Steve Flynn 
Jason P. Hanscom 
Nancy J. Knight 
Ruth E. Monahan 
Joseph Ready 
Matthew J. Sheehan 



2012 
2012 
2012 
2012 
2012 
2012 

2013 
2013 
2013 
2013 
2013 
2013 



Andrew J. Green 
Brian P. Latina 
Stephen J. Maffetone 
Kirk Marshall 
Brenda E. Plunkett 
Elizabeth M. Ripsom 

Linda A. Jones 
Sheila E. Pichette 
Sandra M. Rega 
George A. Ripsom, Sr 
Dennis P. Sheehan 
Steven A. Sweeney 

James H. Comeau 
Henry A. Houle 
Raymonde R. Legrand 
Helen A. Manahan 
Billy L. Martin 
Daniel J. Sullivan, III 

Precinct 5 



2011 
2011 
2011 
2011 
2011 
2011 

2012 
2012 
2012 
2012 
2012 
2012 

2013 
2013 
2013 
2013 
2013 
2013 



Angelique M. Eliopoulos 2011 

Edwin Paul Eriksen 201 1 

Matthew J. Hanson 2011 

JonH. Kurland 2011 

Cheryl M. Perkins 2011 

Evelyn S. Thoren 2011 

Eric A. Andrus 20 1 2 

Nicholas A. DeSilvio 2012 

Edward J. Suleski, Jr. 2012 

W. Allen Thomas, Jr. 2012 

Glenn R. Thoren 2012 

Patricia Wojtas 2012 

Beverly A. Barrett 2013 

Susan Carter 2013 

Eliane C. Consalvo 2013 

David P. DiGiovanni 2013 

Philip M. Eliopoulos 2013 

Carol A. Kelly-Suleski 2013 



PAGE 4 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



Town Government 



Town Meeting Representatives 



Precinct 6 




Precinct 8 




Michael A. Combs 


2011 


Walter A. Cleven 


2011 


Deborah L. Dery 


2011 


Bruce I. Mandel 


2011 


Roy W. Earley 


2011 


Dennis J. Ready 


2011 


Mary E. Frantz 


2011 


Angelo J. Taranto 


2011 


Howard J. Hall 


2011 


Deborah Villano 


2011 


John P. Kivlan 


2011 


Gail T. Zaharoolis 


2011 


Thomas J. Brothers, Jr. 


2012 


Carol C. Cleven 


2012 


Matthew T Cilento 


2012 


Richard E. Mahoney, Jr. 


2012 


Deirdre M. Connolly 


2012 


Samuel Poulten 


2012 


Glenn L. Doherty 


2012 


Robert S. Russo, Jr. 


2012 


Marianne J. Paresky 


2012 


Mary E. Tiano 


2012 


Colleen A. Stansfield 


2012 


Elizabeth A. Twombly 


2012 


Joanne M. Anderson 


2013 


Sean R. Connor 


2013 


Janet G. Dubner 


2013 


Richard J. Day 


2013 


Jeffrey A. Hardy 


2013 


Karen M. DeDonato 


2013 


Nancy W. Kaelin 


2013 


Alexander W. Gervais 


2013 


Laurie A. Myers 


2013 


Ralph J. Hulslander, Jr. 


2013 


Edmond N. Roux 


2013 


S. George Zaharoolis 


2013 


Precinct 7 




Precinct 9 




Alexander E. Buck 


2011 


Anna P. Graves 


2011 


Stratos G. Dukakis 


2011 


Susan B. Graves 


2011 


Linda J. Fall 


2011 


William P. Griffin 


2011 


R. Kenley Freeman 


2011 


James L. Hickey 


2011 


Paul F. Gleason 


2011 


Leighann P. Sciacca 


2011 


Clare L. Jeannotte 


2011 


Leonard E. Westgate 


2011 


Katherine H. Duffet 


2012 


Arthur R. Carmen 


2012 


Thomas R. Fall 


2012 


Susan I. Dandaraw 


2012 


Dwight M. Hayward 


2012 


Blair R. Ely 


2012 


Geoffrey J. Lucente 


2012 


Danielle B. Evans 


2012 


Bernard A. Ready 


2012 


Mary A. Gregoire 


2012 


Maura L. Shield 


2012 


George Kalos 


2012 


Barbara A. Belanger 


2013 


Francis J. Barre 


2013 


Leonard W. Doolan, III 


2013 


C. Thomas Christiano 


2013 


John S. Goffin 


2013 


Ednah C. Copenhaver 


2013 


James M .Lane, Jr 


2013 


Christine A. Howard 


2013 


Jodi L. O'Neill 


2013 


Tienchia Jack Wang 


2013 


Kevin E. Porter 


2013 


James W Young 


2013 




FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



PAGE 5 



Town Government 




Appointed Officials 



2008 Master Plan Committee 


Appeals. Board of 




Bruce Freeman Rail Trail 


Philip M. Eliopoulos 




William J. Gilet, Sr. 


6/30/2010 


Cynthia McLain 


6/30/2011 


Jackie Hoonjan 




Paul Haverty 


6/30/2011 






James M. Lane, Jr. 




Charlene Parlee 


6/30/2011 


Building Inspector 




David J. McLachlan 




Joel J. Luna 


6/30/2011 


Scott Hammond 




Sheila E. Pichette 




Leonard Richards, Jr. 


6/30/2011 






Linda Prescott 




Judith A. Tavano 


6/30/2011 


Cable Access Foundation 


Peter Robson 




John R. Blake, Jr. 


6/30/2012 


Scott J. Glidden 


6/30/2011 


Judith A. Tavano 




Eileen M. Duffy 


6/30/2013 






S. George Zaharoolis 








Capital Plan Committee 


Eileen Duffy 




Arts and Technology 
Fund 


Education 


Darlene R. Lussier 
John B. Sousa, Jr. 




ADA Coordinator 




Dr. Donald R. Yeoman 


Margaret E. Marshall 4/1/2010 


Ralph B. Hickey 


6/30/2011 


George A.Ripsom, Sr. 6/30/2010 


Dennis T. Bak 


6/30/2011 






Beverly A. Barrett 


6/30/2011 


John Morrison 


6/30/2011 


Accountant 




Evelyn S. Thoren 


6/30/2011 


Angelo J. Taranto 


6/30/2011 


Kimberly Gorski 




Glenn L. Doherty 


6/30/2012 






Darlene R. Lussier 




Patricia E. Dzuris 


6/30/2012 


Cemeterv Commission 






Angelo J. Taranto 


6/30/2012 


David J. Boyle 




Affordable Housing 


Plan 


Kirk Marshall 


6/30/2013 


Peter S. Pedulla 


4/1/2011 


Committee 




Colleen A. Stansfield 


6/30/2013 


Jean R. McCaffery 


4/1/2012 


George R. Dixon, Jr. 


6/30/2011 






Gerald L. Hardy 


4/1/2010 


Susan E. Carter 


6/30/2011 


Assessors 








John Edward 


6/30/2011 


Francis T. Reen, Jr. 




Census Counts Committee 


Paul Haverty 


6/30/2011 


Kevin S. Sullivan 


6/30/2011 


Timothy Mcllvenna 


6/30/2010 


Georgiana Mueller 


6/30/2011 


John J. Duffet 


6/30/2012 


Michael Rigney 


6/30/2010 


Cori Rose 


6/30/2011 


Samuel P. Chase 


6/30/2013 


Patricia Wojtas 


6/30/2010 


Deborah Taverna 


6/30/2011 














Bicvcle and Pedestrian Advisorv 


Communitv Action Program 


Agricultural Commission 


Committee 




Committee 




Charles Parlee 


6/30/2010 


Heather Blanchette 


6/30/2010 


Patricia E. Dzuris 


6/30/2011 


Philip Jones 


6/30/2011 


Michael N. Raisbeck 


6/30/2011 


Jane Gibson 


6/30/2011 


John Swenson 


6/30/2011 


Jennifer Bristol 


6/30/2011 


Robert Gibson 


6/30/2011 


Glenn Kohl 


6/30/2012 


Cynthia McLain 


6/30/2011 


Eric T Groves 


6/30/2011 


Charles Wojtas 


6/30/2012 


Randall Peterman 


6/30/2011 


Alan Hamwey 


6/30/2011 






J. Michael Garvin 


6/30/2012 


Beverly Koltookian 


6/30/2011 


Animal Control Officer 


Thomas E. Gazda 


6/30/2012 


Carl Silvia 


6/30/2011 


Erik Merrill 




Karen Taylor 
Kenneth Van Tassell 


6/30/2012 
6/30/2012 


Joanne Stanway 


6/30/2011 


Animal Inspector 




Shaun Berry 


6/30/2013 


Community Development 


Erik Merrill 


4/30/2011 


Michael Koziel 


6/30/2013 


Evan G. Belansky 





PAGE 6 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



TOWN GOVERNMENT 




Appointed Officials 

Community Preservation Fund 
Committee 

Evan G. Belansky 

Beth Logan 6/30/2010 

James E. Pearson 6/30/20 1 

Linda Prescott 6/30/2011 

David J. Hedison 6/30/2011 

Rebecca S. Markey 6/30/201 1 

Robert C. Morse 6/30/2011 

James M. Lane, Jr. 5/1/2012 

Conservation Commission 

Thaddeus J. Soule 
Anthony Omobono 6/3 0/2011 
Brian Reidy 6/30/2011 

William R. Vines 6/30/2012 
Christopher Garrahan 6/30/2012 
Beth Logan 6/30/2012 

MarcGibbs 6/30/2012 

David J. McLachlan 6/30/2012 



Constable Deputies 

Francis M. Fraine 
Kevin Whippen 
Kenneth White 
Jean Blodget 
Thomas Buntel 
Judith Goffin 
Kieran Lennon 
John MacGilvary 
John Pelletier 

Council on Ag in g 

Diana Ryder 
Diana Boisvert 
Henry F. McCall 
Paul Sweeney 
Gail F. Beaudoin 
Walter Cincevich 
Richard Curtin 
Janet Lovely 



12/31/2009 
12/31/2009 
12/31/2009 
12/31/2010 
12/31/2010 
12/31/2010 
12/31/2010 
12/31/2010 
12/31/2010 



6/30/2010 
6/30/2010 
6/30/2010 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 



Denise Marcaurelle 
Louise C. Myers 
Mary Jane Rainge 
Enid Rocha 

Cultural Council 

David Cunningham 
Linda Jean Smith 
Lois A .Alves 
Kathy Cryan-Hicks 
Joshua Kidder 
Carmen Langthorne 
Jay V. Lee 
Lydia A. Mattei 
Carol Roche 
Renaldo Aristud 
Gina Caires 
Elizabeth Broderick 
Bruce J. Magnuson 
Mary Beth O'Brien 
Lisbeth H. Peterson 



6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 

6/30/2011 



6/30/2010 
6/30/2010 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2012 
6/30/2012 
6/30/2012 
6/30/2012 
6/30/2012 
6/30/2012 



Department of Public Works 

Joseph M. Eriksen 
Lawrence J. Ferreira 
Edward Jamros 
John E. Long 
James E. Pearson 

Disabilities. Commission on 

JohnDuggan 6/30/2011 

Lauren M. Burgess 6/30/2012 
Francis H. Gilroy 6/30/2012 
Douglas MacArthur 6/30/2012 
M. Florida Schroeder 6/30/2012 
Rosalyn Tavanis 6/3 0/2012 

John E. Zamagni 6/30/20 1 2 
William Favreau 6/30/20 1 3 
Leonard A. Olenchak 6/30/2013 



Economic Development 
Commission 

BradMarmo 6/30/2011 

David W. Morey 6/30/20 1 1 

Laura Schweizer 6/30/2011 

Janet L. Askenburg 6/30/2012 

Anthony Delpapa 6/30/20 1 2 

Michael Kowalyk 6/30/2012 

Joseph D. Ready 6/30/20 1 2 

Emergency Manasement 

John E.Abbott 6/30/2011 

Edwin Paul Eriksen 6/30/20 1 1 

Walter Hedlund 6/30/2011 

Stephen Maffetone 6/30/20 1 1 

William Ohm 6/30/2011 

Richard D. Russo 6/30/201 1 

Energy Conservation Committee 

Gary Persichetti 

Badhri Uppiliappan 6/30/2010 

John McCormack 6/30/20 1 1 

Richard D. Russo 6/30/20 1 1 

Jesse Wooster 6/30/2011 

Timothy Wysocki 6/30/20 1 1 

Robert Andrews 6/30/2012 

Michael Donahue 6/30/2012 

James Rogers 6/30/2012 



Fence Viewer 

James E. Pearson 

Finance Committee 

Pamela A. Morrison 
Jon H. Kurland 
Vincent F. Villano 
Dwight M. Hayward 
David F. Turocy 
Mary E. Frantz 
Timothy Mcllvenna 
Donald F. VanDyne 



6/30/2011 



6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 
6/30/2012 
6/30/2012 
6/30/2013 
6/30/2013 
6/30/2013 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



PAGE 7 



Town Government 




Appointed Officials 



Finance Director 

John B. Sousa, Jr. 

Fire Department 

Michael Curran 
Michael Donahue 
John E. Parow 



William A. Nolan 6/30/201 1 

Douglas L. Wright 6/30/20 1 1 

Richard J. McNamee 6/30/2012 

Frederic S. Merriam 6/30/2012 

Linda Prescott 6/30/2012 

George L. Merrill 6/30/2013 

Deborah Taverna 6/30/2013 



Fourth of July Parade Committee Holiday Decoration Committee 



James Cullen 
Mark Duffy 
Janet Granata 
Henry R. Hamelin 
Jeffrey A. Hardy 
Douglas E. Hausler 
Kathy Kelley 
Lynn M. Marcella 
Brian Reidy 
Rick Romano 



7/31/2010 
7/31/2010 
7/31/2010 
7/31/2010 
7/31/2010 
7/31/2010 
7/31/2010 
7/31/2010 
7/31/2010 
7/31/2010 



Great Brook State Park Advisory 
Board 

Harold I. Matzkin 6/30/20 1 1 

Hazardous Waste Coordinator 

Richard Day 6/30/2011 

Historic District Commission 

Debra Belden 

Herbert Pitta 6/30/2010 

Cynthia J. Acheson 6/30/201 1 

JohnHandley 6/30/2011 

Brenda Lovering 6/3 0/2011 

Richard Burkinshaw 6/30/2012 

Kathleen E. Howe 6/30/2012 

Dennis J. Ready 6/30/2012 



Historical Commission 

Georgia Fredericks 



Joanne Flanagan 
Joseph Flanagan 
Kenneth Kydd 
Sharon Kydd 
Iris Larssen 
Laurence Larssen 
Nancy Prentice 



12/31/2009 
12/31/2009 
12/31/2009 
12/31/2009 
12/31/2009 
12/31/2009 
12/31/2009 



John C. Alden 
Laura A. Lee 



6/30/2010 
6/30/2011 



Local Emergency Planning 
Committee 

Evan G. Belansky 6/30/201 1 

Richard Day 6/30/2011 

Walter Hedlund 6/30/2011 

James F. Murphy 6/30/20 1 1 

John E. Parow ' 6/30/2011 

James E. Pearson 6/30/2011 

Gary Persichetti 6/30/20 1 1 

Susan Rosa 6/30/2011 

James A. Sousa, Jr. 6/30/2010 

Lowell Regional Transit Authority 

Patricia Wojtas 4/1/2011 

Merrimack Valley Housing 
Consortium 

Evan G. Belansky 
David J. Hedison 
Patricia Wojtas 

Middlesex Canal Commission 

Douglas Chandler 6/30/201 1 
Peggy Dunn 6/30/2011 



William E. Gerber 
Robert C. Morse 



6/30/2011 
6/30/2011 



Military Community Covenant 
Task Force 

Brian Carey 6/30/2011 

SeanScanlon 6/30/2011 

Patricia Wojtas 6/30/2011 

Eliane C. Consalvo 6/30/2012 

Deborah Trask 6/30/2012 

Barbara A. Belanger 6/30/2013 

Russell Blaine 6/30/2013 

Henry A. Houle 6/30/2013 

Nashoba Valley Tech Hig h 
School Dist 

Judith Klimkiewicz 
Donald P. Ayer 4/1/2010 

Samuel Poulten 3/31/2011 

Ralph J Hulslander, Jr 3/30/2012 
Maria G. Karafelis 3/30/2013 

Northern Middlesx Council of 
Governments (NMCOG) 

Patricia Wojtas 4/1/2011 

S. George Zaharoolis 6/30/2010 

Open Space and Recreation Plan 
Committee 



Erik Merrill 
Steven Roberts 
Michael Koziel 
Beth Logan 
David McLachlan 
Stephen Pincher 
Edmond N. Roux 
Charles Wojtas 
Rebecca Markey 



6/30/2010 
6/30/2010 
6/30/2010 
6/30/2010 
6/30/2010 
6/30/2010 
6/30/2010 
6/30/2010 
6/30/2010 



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Town Government 



Appointed Officials 




Permanent Building 


Committee 


Jeanette Moreau 6/3 0/2011 


Susan J. Gates 


6/30/2011 


Gary Persichetti 






Katherine Harbison 


6/30/2011 


Dave Duane 


6/30/2011 


Recvling 


Andrew Rega 


6/30/2011 


Joseph Greene 


6/30/2011 


Jennifer Almeida 






Patrick J. Maloney 


6/30/2011 




Town Halls Utilization Studv 


Eric Johnson 


6/30/2013 


Registrars. Board of 


Committee 




Steven Roberts 


6/30/2013 


Elizabeth L. Delaney 


William J. Gilet, Jr 


6/30/2010 






Cynthia Acheson 


Matthew J. Hanson 


6/30/2010 


Personnel Board 




Michael F. McCall 6/30/20 1 1 


Gail Kruglak 


6/30/2010 


Daniel J. Ahern 


6/30/2011 


Judith A. Olsson 6/30/2012 


Frederic S. Merriam 


6/30/2010 


Dianne Bordini 


6/30/2011 


Matthew Dulchinos 6/30/2013 


Steven Roberts 


6/30/2010 


Ellen DiPasquale 


6/30/2011 








David W. Morey 


6/30/2012 


Sealer of Weights and Measures 


Town Manager 




Anneke Wade 


6/30/2012 


David Tilton 


Paul E. Cohen 




Personnel Coordinator 


Sexual Harrassment Grievance 


Town Treasurer/Tax Collector 


Jeanne Parziale 




Officer 

Jeanne Parziale 6/30/20 1 


Kim Pease 
John B. Sousa, Jr. 




Plumbing Inspector 




John B. Sousa, Jr. 6/30/2010 






Kenneth Kleynen 




Sign Advisorv Committee 


Veterans Agent 

Regina B. Jackson 




Police Department 




J. Michael Garvin 6/30/2010 






James F. Murphy 




Henry R. Hamelin 6/30/201 1 






Scott Ubele 




Kathleen M Roark 6/30/20 1 1 
Philip Jones 6/30/2012 






Public Celebrations Committee 


Frances T. McDougall6/30/2012 






Patricia E. Dzuris 


6/30/2011 








Walter Hedlund 


6/30/2011 


Town Clerk 






Robert Kelley 


6/30/2011 


Elizabeth L. Delaney 
Raymonde R. Legrand 






Recycling Committee 








Jennifer Almeida 




Town Counsel 






Ronald L. Goodner 


6/30/2010 


Kopelman & Paige 






Johanna Morse 


6/30/2010 


John Giorgio, Esq. 6/30/2010 






Bonnie Rankin 


6/30/2010 








Marion Hamblet 


6/30/2010 


Town Engineer 






Kathryn B rough 


6/30/2011 


James E Pearson 






Mark Gallagher 


6/30/2011 








Marc Grant 


6/30/2011 


Town Hall Advisorv Committee 






Nancy W. Kaelin 


6/30/2011 


Linda Chemaly 6/30/2011 






Kristi Medina 


6/30/2011 


Kathy Cryan-Hicks 6/30/20 1 1 







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BOARDS & COMMITTEES 




Committee Descriptions 



Arts and Technology 
Education Fund (A) 

Members: 9 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Terms Begin: July 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The committee works to provide 

supplemental funding to support 

educational initiatives and projects 

that enhance the curriculum of the 

Chelmsford Public Schools. 

Bicycle and Pedestrian 
Advisory Committee (A) 

Members: 9 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Terms Begin: July 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The committee works to improve 

bicycling and pedestrian conditions; 

coordinates maintenance, policing, 

and enhancements to any bicycle/ 

pedestrian paths. The committee 

facilitates coordination of activities 

that involve or affect non-motorized 

transportation. 

Board of Health (E) 

Members: 3 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Term Begins: April 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Board works to protect the public 

health of the residents. It also has 

administrative, planning, and policy 

responsibility for health functions of 

the Board of Health Office. 



Board of Registrars (A) 

Members: 3 

Average Meetings: Varies by 

elections per year 

Term Begins: April 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Board is in charge of 

administering the town census, 

voters' registration, and elections. 

Board of Selectmen (E) 

Members: 5 

Average Meetings: 2 per month 
Term Begins: April 
Length of Term: 3 Years 
The Board is the Town's body of 
chief elected officials. The powers 
and duties include appointing 
the Town Manager and many 
committees, issuing certain licenses, 
enforcing special sections of the by- 
laws, and regulating the public ways. 

Capital Planning Committee (A) 

Members: 7 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Term Begins: July 

Length of Term: 1 Year 

The Committee studies proposed 

capital outlay, declares rules and 

regulations, makes investigations, 

and holds public hearings as it deems 

appropriate. 

Cemetery Commission (E) 

Members: 3 

Average Meetings: 6 per year 

Term Begins: April 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Commission plans, operates, and 

maintains the six Town cemeteries as 

attractive, dignified, and appropriate 

public burial grounds. 



Commission on Disabilities (A) 

Members: 10 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 
Term Begins: July 
Length of Term: 3 Years 
The Commission works to deal with 
all disability issues and provide 
information, referral, guidance, 
coordination, and technical assistance 
to other public agencies and 
private persons, organizations, and 
institutions engaged in activities 
and programs intended to eliminate 
prejudice and discrimination against 
persons with disabilities. 

Community Action Program (A) 

Members: 7 

Average Meetings: 1 per quarter 
Term Begins: July 
Length of Term: 1 year 
The Community Action Program 
provides a unique source of matching 
funds for projects that benefit the 
community. The Community Action 
Program was established for the 
purpose of awarding cash grants to 
individuals and organizations that 
wish to develop civic projects for the 
benefit and enjoyment of the citizens 
of Chelmsford. 

Conservation Commission (A) 

Members: 7 

Average Meetings: 2 per Month 

Term Begins: July 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The commission is responsible for 

ensuring protection of wetlands and 

acquiring, managing, and maintaining 

over 750 acres of conservation and 

Town Forest Land. 



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Committee Descriptions 



Council on Aging (A) 

Members: 1 1 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 
Term Begins: July 
Length of Term: 3 Years 
The Chelmsford Council on Aging 
is appointed by the Town Manager. 
The members serve in an advisory 
capacity and work with the Director 
of the Senior Center to develop 
policy, programs and services. 
Council members are appointed on 
a rotating basis, each for a period 
of three years, and may serve a 
maximum of six continuous years. 

Cultural Council (A) 

Members: 9 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 
Term Begins: July 
Length of Term: 2 Years 
The Council provides public 
funding for the arts, humanities, and 
interpretive sciences by granting 
funds to individuals and organizations 
in the community. Its duties also 
include soliciting community input 
and assessing local cultural needs. 

Energy Conservation Committee (A) 

Members: 9 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 
Term Begins: July 
Length of Term: 3 Years 
The Energy Conservation Committee 
assists with identifying, designing, 
and implementing programs and 
projects for energy conservation, 
energy efficiency, and renewable 
energy generation. These programs 
and projects may include all forms 
of energy use: electricity, natural gas 
and heating oil, and transportation 



fuels. 

Finance Committee (A) 

Members: 7 

Average Meetings: 1 per week - 

(September to May) 

Term Begins: July 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Committee meets with each 

Town Department head, considers 

the merits of the individual budget 

in terms of the Town's total needs 

and the limits of the total monies 

available, and prepares the final 

budget recommendations for the 

Annual Town Meeting. 

Historical Commission (A) 

Members: 7 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 
Term Begins: July 
Length of Term: 3 Years 
The Commission works to promote 
the preservation, promotion, and 
development of the historical assets 
of the Town. It conducts research to 
identify places of historical value 
and actively urges other alternatives 
before destroying a historically 
important building or site. 

Historic District Commission (A) 

Members: 5 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Term Begins: July 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Commission works to preserve 

and protect the buildings and places 

within the Chelmsford Center 

Historic District. 



Housing Authority (E) 

Members: 5 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Term Begins: April 

Length of Term: 5 Years 

The Housing Authority works to 

provide an adequate supply of low 

and moderate income housing for 

Town Residents. 

Middlesex Canal Commission (A) 

Members: 4 

Average Meetings: As Needed 

Term Begins: July 

Length of Term: 2 Years 

The Commission works to maintain 

the Middlesex Canal Heritage Park 

and to inform, inspire, and draw the 

public to this nationally significant 

landmark. 

Military Community Covenant (A) 

Members: 7 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 
Term Begins: July 
Length of Term: 3 year 
The Task force has formalized a 
partnership between the Town and 
local military community, represented 
by Hanscom AFB. The Task Force 
represents the Town of Chelmsford in 
advocating for military families. 
Activities primarily consist of 
coordinating volunteers who wish 
to support military families in 
Chelmsford, and approaching the 
business community in town to 
provide discounts or other gestures of 
appreciation to military families. 



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BOARDS & COMMITTEES 




Committee Descriptions 



Permanent Building Committee (A) 

Members: 7 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Term Begins: July 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Permanent Building Committee 

assists the Town Manager with the 

development of financial estimates, 

project design and supervision of 

construction of municipal building 

projects. 

Personnel Board (A) 

Members: 5 

Average Meetings: 1 per quarther 

Term Begins: July 

Length of Term: 2 Years 

The Personnel Board works in 

conjunction with the Town Manager 

in developing Personnel Rules and 

Regulations and the classification and 

compensation system of the town. 

Planning Board (E) 

Members: 7 

Average Meetings: 2 per month 

Term Begins: April 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Board is the regulatory agency 

most responsible for ensuring that 

development occurs in a manner 

that is beneficial to the Town. It 

enforces several acts and reviews 

all subdivisions, site plans, and the 

creation of lots on existing ways. 



Recycling Committee (A) 

Members: 9 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Term Begins: July 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Committee works to reduce solid 

waste disposal costs by decreasing the 

quantity of solid waste disposed and 

increasing the quantity of recyclables 

collected. The committee also works 

to increase the number of recycling 

participants. 

School Committee (E) 

Members: 5 

Average Meetings: 2 per month 

Term Begins: April 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Committee has general charge 

of the public schools of the Town. 

The powers include appointing a 

superintendent and all other officers 

and employees of the school, and 

making rules and regulations. 

Sewer Commission (E) 

Members: 5 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Term Begins: April 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Commission's objective is to 

supervise, manage, and control 

the construction of sewer lines in 

town. It also works to complete the 

sewering program that the residents 

of Chelmsford voted for in 1995. 



Sign Advisory Committee (A) 

Members: 7 

Average Meetings: as needed 

Term Begins: July 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Committee reviews and 

comments on sign permits and 

applications for other special permits. 

Town Celebration Committee/ 
4th of July Committee (A) 

Members: 5 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Term Begins: July 

Length of Term: 1 Year 

The Committee plans and carries out 

the annual Fourth of July celebration 

in Chelmsford. 

Town Meeting Representatives (E) 

Members: 162 

Average Meetings: twice per year 

(Spring & Fall) 

Town Meetings involve Multiple 

Sessions & Special town meetings, as 

needed 

Terms Begin: April 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The legislative body of the 

Town is a Representative Town 

Meeting consisting of 1 62 elected 

representatives from nine voting 

precincts. Members participate in 

the Spring and Fall Annual Town 

Meeting and all Special Town 

Meetings. Members also keep 

abreast of Town business year-round 

and attend informational sessions as 

needed in preparation for all Town 

Meeting sessions and votes for all 

warrant articles. 



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Boards & Committees 




Committee Descriptions 



Water (Chelmsford Center) 
Commission (E) 

Members: 3 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Term Begins: April 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Commission oversees the water 

takers of the Center District and 

regulates the bylaws as it deems 

necessary. 

Water (North) Commission (E) 

Members: 3 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Term Begins: April 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Commission oversees the water 

takers of North Chelmsford and 

regulates the bylaws as it deems 

necessary. 




Water (East) Commission (E) 

Members: 3 

Average Meetings: 1 per month 

Term Begins: April 

Length of Term: 3 Years 

The Commission oversees the water 

takers of East Chelmsford and 

regulates the bylaws as it deems 

necessary. 

Zoning Board of Appeals (A) 

Members: 5 

Average Meetings: 2 per month 
Term Begins: July 
Length of Term: 3 Years 
The board hears petitions and 
applications for variances, special 
permits, comprehensive permits, and 
several other appeals. The Board also 
decides, upon appeal, the application 
of the zoning, subdivision, sign, and 
building bylaws. 



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BOARDS & COMMITTEES 




Board of Selectmen 

George R. Dixon, Jr. 
Chairman 



To the Residents of Chelmsford: 

The Board of Selectmen advanced a number of 
initiatives during the difficult economy. Many of 
our efforts focused on energy efficiency in order to 
save money and protect the environment. These 
included the Town's effort to reduce energy usage 
in municipal buildings by our participation in the 
EPA's Energy Star Challenge, the installation of solar 
panels at the Chelmsford Library, and a fuel-efficient 
vehicle policy. The most significant achievement 
was the Town designation by State as one of the first 
Green Communities. This certification makes the 
Town eligible to receive energy grant monies from 
the State. 

Eric Dahlberg and Pat Wojtas were the principle 
organizers of the Greener Chelmsford Initiative. 
This program formally recognizes those businesses 
that undertake energy conservation efforts. Badhri 
Uppiliappan served as the volunteer director of this 
program. 

In advance of the expiration of the Town's solid 
waste collection and recycling contracts, the Board 
considered numerous options regarding weekly solid 
waste collection and bi-weekly recycling. In the end, 
we settled on a new program that limits solid waste 
collection to two 32-gallon containers and a single- 
stream recycling program. This program became 
effective at the end of the fiscal year. 




Pat Wojtas' participation as a member of the North- 
ern Middlesex Council of Governments led to the 
Town receipt of a $1.8M state public works project 
to reconfigure the intersection of Parkhurst Road and 
Smith Street. Traffic safety improvements were also 
made at Kate's Corner by the installation of new traf- 
fic warning signals, improvements of the road shoul- 
ders, and road striping. 

Sean Scanlon and Pat Wojtas established the 
Chelmsford Military Community Covenant Task 
Force. This volunteer organization assists military 
families in meeting the challenges faced by their ser- 
vice. The type of assistance depends upon the needs 
of a military family. 

The Board attempted to address the growing finan- 
cial costs of employee and retiree health insurance 
by supporting state legislation that would provide 



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Boards & Committees 




municipalities with the same authority that the state 
has to modify the design of health insurance plans. 
Unfortunately, the State Legislature failed to enact 
any changes into law. However, the Board voted to 
move non-union active employees and retirees to a 
less expensive/higher premium HMO health insur- 
ance plan at the start of the new fiscal year. The 
Board also directed the Town Manager to attempt 
to negotiate health care design changes for union 
employees. 

There were two changes to the membership of the 
Board of Selectmen during the past fiscal year. 
Matt Hanson and Jon Kurland were elected as new 
members at the April Annual Town Election. They 
replaced Chairman Clare Jeannotte, who did not seek 
re-election after one three-year term, and Pat Wojtas, 
who was seeking a second term. We thank Clare 
and Pat for their dedicated service to the Town and 
welcome Matt and Jon. 




Board of Selectmen: Eric R. Dahlberg, Matt Hanson, George R. Dixon, 
Jr., Sean Scanlon, Jon Kurland 



Thank you to the dedicated staff and countless vol- 
unteers who serve the Town of Chelmsford. We are 
fortunate to have so many hardworking employees 
during this time of limited funding. The Town's 
volunteer board and committee members, along with 
the countless others who donate their time at places 
such as the senior center and open space areas, help 
make Chelmsford the best place to live and visit in 
the state. 

George R. Dixon, Jr. 
Chairman 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Town Manager 

Paul E. Cohen 
Town Manager 



Fiscal Year 2010 may be best remembered for the 
planning and investment that the Town of Chelms- 
ford made in its capital facilities. Town Meeting 
approved funds to restore the Center Town Hall and 
the North Town Hall, authorized the purchase and 
renovation of a vacant warehouse building into a 
new DPW facility, and adopted an optional building 
code to require more energy-efficient buildings. 

At the 2010 Spring Annual Town Meeting voters 
overwhelming voted to appropriate $2.56M in Com- 
munity Preservation funds to restore and preserve the 
Center Town Hall. The construction of a new en- 
trance at the rear of the building along with an eleva- 
tor will make the building fully handicapped accessi- 
ble, while preserving the historic exterior front main 
entrance. The ground-level kitchen area will also be 
rehabbed to support catered affairs. The building's 
HVAC, windows, doors, electrical, plumbing, and 
mechanical systems will also be addressed. This 
building will house the Chelmsford Center for Arts, a 
volunteer organization founded and administered by 
Susan Gates that provides cultural performances and 
artist studios. 

Town Meeting also appropriated $2.85M in Com- 
munity Preservation monies to restore and preserve 
the North Town Hall. The long-vacant shell of a 
building will be returned to community use by the 
installation of an elevator, finishing of the interior 
walls, addition of a catering kitchen, and installation 
of new baroom facilities. A 40-vehicle parking area 
will be constructed across the street from the build- 
ing behind the fire station. 




At a special town meeting held on August 17, 2009, 
the voters approved $13M in funding for the pur- 
chase and renovation of a vacant warehouse build- 
ing located at 7 Alpha Road into a DPW facility and 
$12M to replace the center fire station, constructed 
in 1952, with a new fire headquarters that would be 
located on Town-owned land located at the corner of 
Wilson and Chelmsford Streets. At a Special Town 
Election held on October 6, 2009, voters defeated 
debt exclusion ballot questions that were necessary 
to finance each of these projects. At the following 
spring annual town election and town meeting, vot- 
ers approved a $5M debt exclusion to purchase the 
Alpha Road site for the DPW and to fund the first 
phase of the renovations required to house the DPW 
Highway Department operations. All of these proj- 
ects will be undertaken under the stewardship of the 
Permanent Building Committee. 



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Town Manager 



At the 2010 Spring Annual Town Meeting, the 
Town adopted the State's "stretch code", an optional 
building code relating to energy conservation. This 
qualified the Town of Chelmsford as one of only 
35 Green Communities across the Commonwealth. 
This resulted in the Town's receipt of a grant in the 
amount of $187,224 to install solar panels at the 
Parker Middle School. The Town also installed solar 
panels on the roof of the Adams Library and received 
$150K in federal stimulus funding to install solar 
panels at Chelmsford High School. Future grant op- 
portunities are expected to become available to the 
Town as a result of the Town's energy conservation 
efforts, as well as the operational savings from solar 
power, improved building insulation, and energy- 
efficient vehicles. 

Facilities Director Gary Persichetti chaired a newly- 
established Energy Conservation Committee. He 
also led the Town's participation in the Environ- 
mental Protection Agency's Energy Star Challenge. 
This program consisted of conducting an audit of 
the Town's energy consumption and then enacting 
measures to achieve a 10% reduction in electricity 
and natural gas consumption. He also submitted a 
successful application to achieve Energy Star Status 
for the Chelmsford High School, the Byam School, 
and the Town Offices. This designation recognizes 
the fact that these buildings exceed the energy op- 
erational standards for at least 70% of comparable 
buildings nationwide. 

This past year marked the opening of Bruce Freeman 
Rail Trail. Heavy rains resulted in the relocation of 
the August 29 ribbon cutting ceremony to the Town 
Hall adjacent to the rail trail. Bicyclists, walkers, 
and others heavily utilized this new recreational op- 
portunity that runs through the center of our com- 
munity. 

The Town also initiated other healthy community 



activities during the past fiscal year. Chelmsford 
residents Peggy Dunn and Susan Gates organized 
and operated a weekly farmers market on the Town 
Common during the summer months. The Chelms- 
ford Open Space Stewards fostered the expanded 
agricultural use of the recently acquired Sunny 
Meadow Farm by constructing a handicapped-acces- 
sible garden. The Stewards also assisted the Town in 
the rehabilitation of parking, beach, and open space 
areas of the recently acquired Pond Street property. 
Town Meeting also appropriated monies to create a 
parking area at Sunny Meadow Farm along with a 
paved bicycle pathway to the rail trail. 

The ongoing economic recession resulted in the 
continued closure of the south fire station. Town 
Meeting adopted a .75%) local option meals tax and 
increased the local room occupancy tax from 4% to 
6% in order to provide some financial relief. The 
Town continued its unsuccessful efforts to negotiate 
changes in its employee and retiree health insurance 
plans. By the end of the fiscal year, the Board of Se- 
lectmen approved the implementation of an alterna- 
tive HMO plan for non-union employees. 

The Board of Selectmen approved changes in the 
Town's solid waste and recycling programs. Recy- 
cling Coordinator Jennifer Almeida developed alter- 
natives for the Board's consideration. By the end of 
the fiscal year, she was leading the efforts to educate 
residents of the new program that provides for single 
stream recycling and a two-32-gallon limit of solid 
waste collection per residential household. 

The newly-established Economic Development 
Commission quickly initiated efforts to promote 
the Town of Chelmsford as a desirable place to live 
and to work. The members advanced the concept of 
Chelmsford's strategic location at the intersection 
of Routes 495 and 3. The committee's slogan was 
"Chelmsford Gets It Done". 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Town Administration 




Town Manager 



Finance Department 



Administratively, the Building Department was 
merged into the Community Development Office. 
This helped streamline the permitting and regulatory 
process for homeowners and business operators. At 
the request of the Board of Selectmen, the Planning 
Board developed a billboard overlay zoning bylaw 
that was adopted by Town Meeting. 

The Department of Public Works completed the 
installation of new traffic warning signals at Kate's 
corner. DPW Director/Town Engineer Jim Pearson 
also advanced the initial construction of the town 
center underground utility project. 

It has been another successful year of doing more 
with less. I want to express my appreciation to the 
dedicated Town employees, the Board of Select- 
men and other volunteer Town Officials, and to the 
residents and business operators in the Town of 
Chelmsford. Together, we have marked progress. 
The future remains bright. 

Paul E. Cohen 
Town Manager 

Finance Department 

John Sousa, Jr. 
Finance Director 
Treasurer & Collector 

The Town weathered another fiscally challenging 
year in FY 10 due to the recession. We began the 
year cautiously following the release of the FY 10 
State budget on June 29, 2009. When the final 
Cherry Sheets were released, a reduction of $720K 
in State Aid revenue combined with a $346K 




Treasurer's Office: Kim Pease, John Sousa, Anna Griffin, and Diane 
Morgan 

increase in State Assessments resulted in a net loss 
of $1.06M to the Town from earlier State Aid esti- 
mates available when the Town budget was approved 
in April 2009. A loss of this magnitude in our sec- 
ond-largest revenue source required the development 
of a budget balancing plan which included a com- 
bination of expenditure reductions and the adoption 
of two local option taxes. In August 2009, Special 
Town Meeting approved this plan through a $397K 
reduction to the School budget, a $162K reduction 
across many General Government expense budgets, 
the approval of a 0.75% meals tax, and the approval 
of an additional 2.0% hotel room occupancy tax. 

A mild second half of the winter season resulted in 
an unexpended balance of approximately $300,000 
in the Snow & Ice removal account. With most 
Departmental budgets already funded at reduced 
levels, this was fortuitous. This allowed us to avoid 
any transfers from the Stabilization or Reserve Funds 
for unforeseen expenditures. In April 2010, Town 
Meeting approved the transfer of remaining Snow 
& Ice funds to meet unforeseen increases for Public 
Safety overtime, legal expenses, tax title collection 



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Finance Department 

expenses, and floor repairs at the Center Fire Station. 
Despite the uncertainty of State Aid funding levels, 
local sources of revenue remained strong. The Town 
collected 98.6% of FY 10 real estate and personal 
property taxes. Local receipt collections of $8. 1M 
were augmented by two non-recurring revenue 
sources: $320K of FEMA reimbursement for the De- 
cember 2008 ice storm debris clean-up and $300K of 
School Medicaid reimbursement catch-up payments 
for requests previously submitted. 

The Town closed FY09 with a general fund balance 
of $2.5M, a decrease of over $662,000 from the prior 
year. At the end of FY09, our unreserved general 
fund balance decreased $928,000 to $1.77M and 
our stabilization fund balance increased $898,000 to 
$2.16M. Total available reserves of $3.93M, com- 
bining the unreserved general fund balance and our 
stabilization fund, were approximately 3.7% of bud- 
get at fiscal year end. Health insurance and pension 
benefit costs accounted for 16.4% of the total FY 10 
operating budget. 

Stabilization reserves equaled 2.1% of FY09 budget- 
ed operating revenues, which remains below our fis- 
cal policy minimum target of 5%. The Finance Team 
remains committed to replenishing the stabilization 
fund to the 5% level, even during difficult economic 
conditions, to improve our financial flexibility and 
qualify for a bond rating upgrade. Toward this end, 
our entire free cash certification of $1.24M for FY09 
was transferred into the stabilization fund by Town 
Meeting vote in October 2009. 

Chelmsford's unemployment rate at the end of FY 10 
rose slightly to 7.7%, an increase of 0.1% from the 
prior year due to the ongoing recession but remained 
below the statewide unemployment rate of 8.8%. 
Assessed valuation (AV) declined 4.3% in FY 10 to 
$4.8 billion due to the soft real estate market and 
lower home values. Per capita market value re- 



mained strong at $143,423 per capita. Our tax base 
remains diverse with the 1 largest taxpayers ac- 
counting for less than 5% of total AV. Income levels 
remained strong with median household income 
equal to 150%) of the national level. 

Standard and Poor's considers the Town's overall 
debt burden low at $ 1 ,464 per capita after accounting 
for state reimbursement toward a portion of school 
debt and sewer debt self-support through betterments 
and user charges. Amortization of existing debt is 
rapid with more than 70% of principal being retired 
within 10 years. Debt service expenditures remain 
manageable with FY 10 debt service accounting for 
12.1%) of total FY10 expenditures. 

The Town issued $9,903,704 of General Obligation 
Bonds (GOB) in June for the following purposes: 
$2,503,704 of non-exempt debt to finance our FY 11 
Capital Improvement Plan, $4.6M of exempt debt for 
the acquisition and renovation (Phase 1) of the Alpha 
Rd. property for a Public Works facility, and $2.8M 
of CPA-funded debt for the preservation and renova- 
tion of the Center Town Hall and North Town Hall. 
In June, the Town received a $6,528,997 reimburse- 
ment from the Massachusetts School Building Au- 
thority for the McCarthy and Parker Middle School 
projects. This reimbursement was used to retire the 
remaining $6,399,347 short-term note (BAN) for the 
secondary school renovation project. The remain- 
der will be reserved, amortized, and applied toward 
outstanding long-term debt service expense for the 
project. 

$4,170,000 of General Obligation Refunding Bonds 
were issued in June to refinance a GOB originally 
issued March 1 , 200 1 and take advantage of record 
low interest rates. The Town will realize more than 
$234,000 of present value savings on interest over 
the next ten years as a result of this refunding. The 
original bond was issued to finance an earlier con- 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Town Administration 




Finance Department 

struction phase of the municipal sewer system. 

Standard and Poors (S&P) reaffirmed the Town's 
bond rating of AA- in June 2010 for the sale of our 
bonds with a stable outlook. S&P maintained the 
Town's bond rating in consideration of the Town's 
high wealth and income levels, strong per capita 
market values despite recent property valuation 
declines, adequate but improving financial position, 
and low overall debt burden. 



I would like to express my appreciation to our Trea- 
surer/Collector's Office staff which includes Kim 
Pease, Asst. Treasurer, Anna Griffin, Dept. Assistant, 
Diane Morgan, Principal Clerk, and Judy Olsson, 
P/T Clerk for their dedication. In June, Diane Mor- 
gan transferred to the Accounting Department. We 
wish Diane well in her new position and appreciate 
her service in the Tax Collector's Office. 



Finance Committee 

Mary Frantz, Chairman 



Finance Committee 



The Finance Committee is composed of seven mem- 
bers who are appointed by the Town Moderator to 
staggered three year terms. The Committee is the 
arm of Town Meeting; its primary mission is to study 
and make recommendations on the town budget and 
warrant articles that are to be considered by Town 
Meeting Representatives at the April and October 
town meeting, as well as any Special Town Meet- 
ings. 

Each Finance Committee member is assigned as a 
liaison to town departments and boards. Committee 
liaisons meet individually with department heads to 




Dwight Hayward, Dave Turocy, Vincent Villano, Donald Van Dyne, 
Mary Frantz, Timothy Mcllvenna 

review department budget requests prior to a meet- 
ing with the full Committee where the department 
head is given the opportunity to present the proposed 
budget and respond to questions and concerns raised 
by Committee members. The Town Manager also 
presents his proposed budget and capital improve- 
ment plan along with his budget message and sup- 
porting documents to the Finance Committee. Based 
on its deliberations, the Finance Committee makes a 
recommendation to Town Meeting Representatives 
on the budget warrant articles. 

Finance Committee members are also assigned as 
liaisons to the Capital Planning Committee and 
other major capital project committees. Liaisons 
are responsible for keeping the Committee informed 
about a project's progress and financial status. These 
liaisons had an important role in FY2010, as the 
Finance Committee considered recommendations on 
two major projects, the DPW facility and new Fire 
Station. Articles to appropriate funds for these two 
projects were included on a Special Town Meeting 
Warrant in August, 2009 and subject to a subsequent 
debt exemption vote. 



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town Administration 




Finance Committee 



Assessing Division 



The Finance Committee also meets with petitioners, 
proponents and other interested parties with respect 
to other warrant articles that have a financial implica- 
tion. In preparation for FY2010 Spring Town Meet- 
ing, the Committee met with the Community Pres- 
ervation Fund and Housing Authority Chairman in 
considering its recommendations on the Center and 
North Town Hall restoration projects and the Hous- 
ing Authority projects. 

In FY2010 the Finance Committee also gave care- 
ful consideration to warrant articles (Special Town 
Meeting) to adopt the local option meals and hotel 
taxes and during the course of the year, the Commit- 
tee regularly monitors the town's financial situation. 

The Committee would like to thank clerk, Pamela 
Morrison who keeps us on track and does the bulk of 
the work in preparing our warrant books. We would 
also like to thank Town Manager Paul Cohen for 
his regular attendance at our meetings and frequent 
updates on the town's financial situation. In addition, 
we are grateful to Town Treasurer John Sousa and 
Town Accountant Darlene Lussier for their assis- 
tance. 

We also wish to thank Jon Kurland for his service 
and contributions over the past eight years and look 
forward to the appointment of a new member for 
FY2011. 

Finance Committee Members: 

Mary Frantz, Chairman 

Dwight Hayward 

Vincent Villano, Vice Chairman 

Timothy Mcllvenna 

Donald Van Dyne 

David Turocy 



The Board of Assessors is responsible for the full and 
fair market valuation of the approximate 13,900 real 
and personal property parcels within the community as 
of January 1st of the fiscal year. It has been the policy 
of the Assessors to review the valuations annually in 
order to maintain accurate and current assessments; a 
summary of the analysis is reviewed by the Department 
of Revenue and is critical to the certification of the tax 
rate. 

The real estate valuations through CY 2008 showed 
signs of a real estate market that was still dropping. Ac- 
cordingly, valuations on single family homes decreased 
3 % to 6% while condominiums also dropped depend- 
ing on the complex. The tax rate for the fiscal year 
rose from $14.07 in FY2009 to 15.15 for FY2010. The 
Department of Revenue ranks communities high to low 
with respect to average tax bills. In FY2010 Chelms- 
ford ranked 67 with 336 communities reporting. 

In addition, the Board is responsible for the administra- 
tion of the 30,000 excise bills that are issued through 
several commitments annually by the Registry of Mo- 
tor Vehicles. 

The Board would like to take this opportunity to thank 
the staff of the Assessor's office for all their hard work 
and dedication through this trying year. The additional 
work borne by the staff has been done timely and ac- 
curately while still maintaining the excellent service 
the public has come to expect. Particular thanks go to 
Nancy Maher, Elaine McBride, Kathryn Bianchi, all of 
whom are invaluable to the operation of the Assessors 
office. 

Additionally, the work performed by our senior work- 
ers Elaine Myers, Eileen MacDonald and Carol Chris- 
tianson can not be overstated. Their efforts were an 
integral part of the overall success of the office. This is 
not only measured by the quality of their work but also 
by their positive attitude. 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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town Administration 




Finance Department - Accounting 



COMBINED BALANCE SHEET - ALL FUND TYPES AND ACCOUNT GROUPS - JUNE 30, 2009 


ASSETS: 


GENERAL 


SCHOOL 
CONSTRUCTION 


SEWER 
CONSTRUCTION 


STABILIZA- 
TION 


CASH AND SHORT-TERM INVESTMENTS 


$4,369,452 


$(339,461) 


(4,201,232.00) 


$2,160,948 


INVESTMENTS 


- 


- 


- 




RECEIVABLES, NET OF UNCOLLECTIBLES: 










REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES 


897,896 


- 


- 


- 


REAL ESTATE TAX DEFERRALS 


321,695 


- 


- 


- 


TAX LIENS 


1,166,578 


- 


- 


- 


MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAX 


352,298 


- 


- 


- 


SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


DEPARTMENTAL 


3,570 


- 


- 


- 


INTERGOVERNMENTAL 


1,524,000 


- 


826,742 


- 


TAX FORCLOSURE 


216,097 


- 


- 


- 


DUE FROM OTHER FUNDS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


TOTAL ASSETS 


8,851,586 


(339,461) 


(3,374,490) 


2,160,948 


LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES: 










WARRANTS AND ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 


982,157 




858,286 


- 


ACCRUED PAYROLL 


480,640 








TAX REFUNDS PAYABLE 


57,000 


- 


- 


- 


PAYROLL WITHHOLDING 


327,870 


- 


- 


- 


ABANDONED PROPERTY 


119,184 


- 


- 


- 


OTHER LIABILITIES 


5,350 


- 


- 


- 


DEFERRED REVENUE 


4,337,379 


- 


- 


- 


DUE TO OTHER FUNDS 




- 




- 


NOTES PAYABLE 


- 


6,399,347 


- 


- 


TOTAL LIABILITIES 


6,309,580 


6,399,347 


858,286 


- 


FUND BALANCES: 










FUND BALANCES RESERVED FOR: 










ENCUMBRANCES AND CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS 


766,718 


- 


- 


- 


PERPETUAL PERMANENT FUNDS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


UNRESERVED: 










UNDESIGNATED REPORTED IN 






- 


- 


GENERAL FUND 


1,775,288 


- 


- 


- 


SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 


- 


- 


- 


2,160,948 


CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS 


- 


(6,738,808) 


(4,232,776) 


- 


PERMANENT FUNDS 


- 


- 


- 


- 


TOTAL FUND BALANCES 


2,542,006 


(6,738,808) 


(4,232,776) 


2,160,948 


TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND BALANCES 


8,851,586 


(339,461) 


(3,374,490) 


2,160,948 





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FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



Town Administration 



Finance Department - Accounting 




COMBINED BALANCE SHEET - ALL FUND TYPES AND ACCOUNT GROUPS - JUNE 30, 2009 


ASSETS: 


SEWER 
BETTERMENTS 


NONMAJOR 

GOVERNMENTAL 

FUNDS 


TOTALS 

GOVERNMENTAL 

FUNDS 


CASH AND SHORT-TERM INVESTMENTS 


$8,196,687 


57,370,806 


$17,557,200 


INVESTMENTS 


6,162,875 


1,481,780 


7,644,655 


RECEIVABLES, NET OF UNCOLLECTIBLES: 








REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES 


- 


8,659 


906,555 


REAL ESTATE TAX DEFERRALS 


- 


- 


321,695 


TAX LIENS 


- 


- 


1,166,578 


MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE TAX 


- 


- 


352,298 


SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 


4,390,648 




4,390,648 


DEPARTMENTAL 


- 


160,782 


164,352 


INTERGOVERNMENTAL 


- 


2,616,463 


4,967,205 


TAX FORCLOSURE 


- 


- 


216,097 


DUE FROM OTHER FUNDS 


- 


- 


- 


TOTAL ASSETS 


18,750,210 


11,638,490 


37,687,283 


LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES: 








WARRANTS AND ACCOUNTS PAYABLE 


- 


173,744 


2,014,187 


ACCRUED PAYROLL 






480,640 


TAX REFUNDS PAYABLE 


- 


- 


57,000 


PAYROLL WITHHOLDING 


- 


- 


327,870 


ABANDONED PROPERTY 


- 


- 


119,184 


OTHER LIABILITIES 


- 


- 


5,350 


DEFERRED REVENUE 


4,390,649 


1,817,861 


10,545,889 


DUE TO OTHER FUNDS 


- 


- 


- 


NOTES PAYABLE 


- 


- 


6,399,347 


TOTAL LIABILITIES 


4,390,649 


1,991,605 


19,949,467 


FUND BALANCES: 








FUND BALANCES RESERVED FOR: 








ENCUMBRANCES AND CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS 


- 


- 


766,718 


PERPETUAL PERMANENT FUNDS 


- 


802,345 


802,345 


UNRESERVED: 








UNDESIGNATED REPORTED IN 


- 


- 




GENERAL FUND 


- 


- 


1,775,288 


SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 


14,359,561 


6,351,765 


22,872,274 


CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS 


- 


879,307 


(10,092,277) 


PERMANENT FUNDS 


- 


1,613,468 


1,613,468 


TOTAL FUND BALANCES 


14,359,561 


9,646,885 


17,737,816 


TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND BALANCES 


18,750,210 


11,638,490 


37,687,283 





FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Town Administration 



Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


ACCOUNTING 










JAHNLE 


STEPHEN 


$ 70,470.39 


$ 5,714.75 


$76,185.14 


FLEURY 


JOAN 


$ 35,636.46 


$ 


408.21 


$ 36,044.67 


LUDWIG 


SCOTT 


$ 59,284.20 


$ 2,936.27 


$ 62,220.47 


GORSKI 


KIMBERLY 


$ 43,337.22 


$ 


- 


$43,337.22 


PEARSON 


JAMES 


$116,298.46 


$ 10,304.74 


$126,603.20 


LUSSIER 


DARLENE 


$ 73,701.53 


$ 


740.35 


$74,441.88 


DPVV / HWY 










MCCARTHY 


KIMBERLY 


$ 49,873.66 


$ 


1,503.24 


$51,376.90 


BEAULIEU 


GARY 


$ 48,409.37 


$ 12,538.71 


$ 60,948.08 


MORGAN 


DIANE 


$38,128.57 


$ 


141.46 


$ 38,270.03 


DEAN 


JULIE ANNE 


$ 36,067.97 


$ 480.91 


$ 36,548.88 




MARIE 










EACRETT 


DAVID 


$41,960.65 


$ 10,893.62 


$ 52,854.27 


ADA COORDINATOR 










EDWARDS 


BRYAN 


$ 42,780.26 


$ 18,773.37 


$61,553.63 


HICKEY 


RALPH 


$ 1,000.00 


$ 


- 


$ 1,000.00 


ERIKSEN 


JOSEPH 


$ 68,098.85 


$ 48,575.47 


$116,674.32 


ASSESSOR 












FERREIRA 


LAWRENCE 


$ 77,047.34 


$ 56,793.09 


$133,840.43 


BIANCHI 


KATHRYN 


$ 49,873.65 


$ 


- 


$ 49,873.65 


FERREIRA 


JOHN 


$45,413.75 


$ 8,249.96 


$ 53,663.71 


MAHER 


NANCY 


$47,510.58 


$ 


2,861.60 


$50,372.18 


GREEN- 


DENNIS 


$ 49,303.07 


$ 19,118.15 


$68,421.22 


MCBRIDE 


ELAINE 


$42,232.75 


$ 


1,950.00 


$44,182.75 


WOOD 










MYERS 


ELAINE 


$ 2,276.13 


$ 


- 


$ 2,276.13 


GUILMETTE 


JOHN 


$ 42,299.53 


$ 7,968.49 


$ 50,268.02 


REEN 


FRANK 


$ 74,037.70 


$ 


- 


$ 74,037.70 


IRVINE 


DAVID 


$ 45,806.79 


$ 13,015.13 


$58,821.92 


BOARD OF HEALTH 










JENSEN 


RICHARD 


$44,161.94 


$ 13,076.41 


$ 57,238.35 


DAY 


RICHARD 


$ 85,933.59 


$ 11,345.41 


$ 97,279.00 


KNIGHT 


JAMES 


$ 48,409.38 


$ 10,546.56 


$ 58,955.94 


MASIELLO 


MARK 


$ 47,470.47 


$ 


2,862.79 


$ 50,333.26 


LONG 


JOHN 


$91,662.48 


$ 18,639.23 


$110,301.71 


MCCAUL 


CAROLE 


$ 27,884.75 


S 


4,432.99 


$32,317.74 


MALONE 


RICHARD 


$ 43,203.57 


$ 4,994.59 


$48,198.16 


ROSA 


SUSAN 


$ 52,350.97 


$ 


7,053.23 


$ 59,404.20 


PACHECO 


DAVID 


$41,960.62 


$ 14,049.19 


$56,009.81 


BUILDING INSPECTOR 










PALMER 


DAVID 


$42,781.19 


$ 17,391.85 


$60,173.04 


BARON 


AMY 


$41,647.49 


$ 


1,350.00 


$ 42,997.49 


RYAN 


THOMAS 


$41,940.48 


$ 11,967.85 


$ 53,908.33 


HAMMOND 


SCOTT 


$61,288.51 


$ 


3,900.00 


$65,188.51 


SILVA 


DAVID 


$ 46,708.59 


$ 10,904.57 


$57,613.16 


KANE 


DENNIS 


$ 36,732.02 


$ 


5,347.17 


$42,079.19 


TYLER 


DAVID 


$ 43,382.23 


$ 16,145.03 


$ 59,527.26 


KLEYNEN 


KENNETH 


$ 36,732.02 


$ 


5,462.40 


$42,194.42 


DPW/ MAINTENANCE 








MORASH 


DONALD 


$ 2,000.00 


$ 


- 


$ 2,000.00 


LARJVEE 


ROBERT 


$ 5,471.55 


$ 365.77 


$ 5,837.32 


WETHERBEE 


PETER 


$ 2,000.00 


$ 


- 


$ 2,000.00 


SMITH 


GLENN 


$ 6,333.41 


$ 759.08 


$ 7,092.49 


ZAGZOUG 


ANTHONY 


$ 599.36 


$ 


- 


$ 599.36 


DPW / PARKS 










CEMETERY 












JAMROS 


EDWARD 


$ 55,097.84 


$ 6,440.80 


$61,538.64 


BOUDREAU 


AUDIE 


$44,152.40 


$ 14,487.43 


$ 58,639.83 


DPW /SEWER 










BOYLE 


DAVID 


$55,051.37 


$ 


3,503.63 


$ 58,555.00 


BELKAS 


DANIEL 


$ 67,074.60 


$ 15,875.29 


$ 82,949.89 


CAIRES 


PATRICK 


$ 52,023.40 


$ 14,024.49 


$ 66,047.89 


BOYER 


SHARON 


$ 36,067.97 


$ 


$ 36,067.97 


CAIRES 


JORGE 


$ 2,194.65 


$ 


182.88 


$ 2,377.53 


CALAN- 
DRELLA 


MARY 


$ 34,667.88 


$ 


$ 34,667.88 


DEFREITAS 


JORGE 


$ 43,393.48 


$ 


7,596.95 


$ 50.990.43 


CICCONE 


FRANK 


$ 55,097.88 


$ 10,552.58 


$ 65,650.46 


SILVA 


ANDREW 


$ 15,276.69 


$ 


826.99 


$ 16,103.68 


DASCOLI 


GARY 


$ 47,470.47 


$ 2,521.72 


$49,992.19 


COMMUNITY Dl 






























GENDRON 


SHANE 


$45,183.10 


$ 6,933.92 


$52,117.02 


BELANSKY 


EVAN 


$ 76,678.86 


$ 


- 


$ 76,678.86 


KOBELENZ 


JOHN 


$ 11,754.08 


$ 3,300.00 


$ 15,054.08 


MURPHY 


JANET 


$ 42,232.79 


$ 


1,350.00 


$43,582.79 


OCZKOWSKI 


JOSEPH 


$ 52,398.48 


$ 11,859.57 


$ 64,258.05 


CONSERYATIOIS 
































ROWSELL 


RICHARD 


$ 59,284.24 


$ 2,159.63 


$61,443.87 


SOULE 


THADDEUS 


$36,142.92 


$ 


- 


$ 36,142.92 


SCHNEPPER 


BRUCE 


$ 59,253.78 


$ 16,858.25 


$76,112.03 


DPW/ENGINEE 
































SCOMIS 


BRIAN 


$ 39,935.24 


$ 2,587.74 


$42,522.98 


COTE 


JOYCE 


$41,647.54 


$ 




$41,647.54 












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FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



Town Administration 



Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


SILVA 


ROBERT 


$ 59,284.24 


$ 5,857.63 


$65,141.87 


FUNARO 


DANIEL 


$ 65,768.07 


$ 18,311.79 


$ 84,079.86 


VOSNAKIS 


MICHAEL 


$ 75,888.64 


$ 14,706.47 


$90,595.11 


GARDNER 


ROBERT 


$53,217.28 


$ 5,987.02 


$ 59,204.30 


DPW / SOLID WASTE & RECYCLING 






HADLEY 


DAVID 


$53,217.28 


$ 19,303.98 


$72,521.26 


ALMEIDA 


JENNIFER 


$ 20,272.49 


$ 


$ 20,272.49 


HOULE 


RYAN 


$45,597.48 


$ 12,196.87 


$ 57,794.35 


FACILITIES 










HOULE 


HENRY 


$ 57,628.33 


$ 23,047.07 


$ 80,675.40 


BOISVERT 


RANDY 


$ 33,680.72 


$ 2,366.80 


$ 36,047.52 


KEELEY 


JAMES 


$ 58,770.92 


$ 16,327.57 


$ 75,098.49 


BUNTEL 


THOMAS 


$52,941.60 


$ 6,506.22 


$ 59,447.82 


KEOHANE 


WILLIAM 


$53,217.28 


$ 17,793.66 


$71,010.94 


CINCEVICH 


NICKOLAS 


$ 44,958.76 


$ 2,238.09 


$47,196.85 


KIVLAN 


JOHN 


$53,217.28 


$ 13,967.29 


$67,184.57 


DUCHENEAU 


RICHARD 


$ 47,869.28 


$ 4,047.54 


$51,916.82 


KOUTSOUFIS 


DANIEL 


$ 55,477.69 


$ 9,518.10 


$ 64,995.79 


MILOTTE 


ROGER 


$ 45,209.76 


$ 2,277.95 


$47,487.71 


LANGE 


EDWARD 


$ 2,260.41 


$ 


$ 2,260.41 


PELKEY 


RODNEY 


$ 39,077.36 


$ 3,971.50 


$ 43,048.86 


LECZYNSKI 


CYNTHIA 


$53,217.28 


$ 6,932.77 


$60,150.05 


PERSICHETTI 


GARY 


$ 97,247.29 


$ 2,259.02 


$99,506.31 


LINDSAY 


KEITH 


$ 52,252.20 


$ 9,541.37 


$61,793.57 


RALLS 


JOSEPH 


$ 39,969.99 


$ 1,116.96 


$41,086.95 


MAHER 


MICHAEL 


$53,217.28 


$ 10,354.91 


$63,572.19 


SMITH 


SHARON 


$ 36,628.28 


$ 


$ 36,628.28 


MANLEY 


LEO 


$53,217.28 


$ 17,219.84 


$70,437.12 


TAYLOR 


JEFFREY 


$47,393.76 


$ 4,109.40 


$51,503.16 


MANLEY 


DANIEL 


$53,217.28 


$ 17,232.35 


$ 70,449.63 


VAN LANDE- 


STEPHEN 


$ 44,793.76 


$ 2,602.18 


$ 47,395.94 


MERRILL 


LESLIE 


$53,217.28 


$ 16,825.99 


$ 70,043.27 


GHEM 










MOODY 


JASON 


$ 48,388.50 


$ 5,686.33 


$ 54,074.83 


FIRE 










NELSON 


MICHAEL 


$53,217.29 


$ 17,995.06 


$71,212.35 


ABBOTT 


JOSHUA 


$ 45,597.48 


$ 10,123.52 


$55,721.00 


O'BRIEN 


KEVIN 


$53,217.29 


$ 20,582.07 


$ 73,799.36 


AMUNDSON 


WILLIAM 


$53,217.28 


$21,762.25 


$ 74,979.53 


PARE 


MARC 


$53,217.28 


$ 11,054.18 


$64,271.46 


BACON 


WILLIAM 


$53,217.27 


$ 8,181.23 


$61,398.50 


PAROW 


JOHN 


$112,511.32 


$ 24,502.92 


$137,014.24 


BENNETT 


WILLIAM 


$53,217.29 


$ 15,915.79 


$69,133.08 


PETERSON 


DONALD 


$ 52,252.21 


$ 8,980.43 


$61,232.64 


BOER- 


JAMES 


$ 14,674.92 


$65,880.85 


$ 80,555.77 


PHELAN 


CASEY 


$53,217.28 


$ 4,910.68 


$58,127.96 


MEESTER 






























PRAK 


CHHUNLY 


$ 9,687.45 


$ 389.95 


$ 10,077.40 


BOISSEAU 


EDWARD 


$53,217.27 


$ 5,839.27 


$ 59,056.54 






















REID 


JOHN 


$53,217.27 


$ 19,657.31 


$ 72,874.58 


BOUDREAU 


AUDIE 


$ 9,687.45 


$ 200.00 


$ 9,887.45 






















RIVARD 


RICK 


$ 69,248.40 


$ 25,332.45 


$ 94,580.85 


BROTHERS 


MICHAEL 


$ 50,933.62 


$ 12,478.54 


$63,412.16 






















ROBINSON 


JOHN 


$53,217.27 


$ 13,834.61 


$67,051.88 


BROTHERS 


CHRISTO- 


$53,217.28 


$ 6,471.26 


$ 59,688.54 














PHER 








RYAN 


GARY 


$ 69,353.22 


$ 27,708.58 


$97,061.80 


BROTHERS 


THOMAS 


$53,217.26 


$ 13,788.39 


$ 67,005.65 


RYAN 


GEORGE 


$53,217.28 


$11,372.27 


$ 64,589.55 


CAMPBELL 


WILLIAM 


$53,217.28 


$ 12,720.84 


$65,938.12 


SCHELL- 
BACH 


WILLIAM 


$ 53,337.38 


$ 15,132.48 


$ 68,469.86 


CANCELLA 


JEFFREY 


$53,217.29 


$ 10,109.12 


$ 63,326.41 




















SHANAHAN 


TIMOTHY 


$ 49,632.70 


$ 3,886.93 


$53,519.63 


CHIASSON 


MICHAEL 


$ 53,217.29 


$ 3,907.98 


$57,125.27 






















SHEEHY 


KEVIN 


$53,217.28 


$ 12,677.82 


$65,895.10 


CLARKE 


KEVIN 


$53,217.27 


$ 9,656.83 


$62,874.10 






















SOUSA 


JAMES 


$ 60,663.57 


$ 69,984.23 


$130,647.80 


CONLIN 


FMARK 


$53,217.29 


$ 8,955.50 


$62,172.79 






















UBELE 


DANIEL 


$53,217.30 


$ 17,725.88 


$70,943.18 


COREY 


DANIEL 


$53,217.28 


$ 7,372.18 


$ 60,589.46 






















WALSH 


GARRETT 


$ 9,687.45 


$ 200.00 


$ 9,887.45 


CURRAN 


MICHAEL 


$91,700.73 


$ 8,242.05 


$ 99,942.78 






















YOUNG 


MICHAEL 


$53,217.28 


$ 4,621.80 


$ 57,839.08 


DESAULNIER 


MARTHA 


$44,176.09 


$ 14,342.03 


$58,518.12 


LIBRARY 










DONOGHUE 


MICHAEL 


$73,194.73 


$ 19,335.66 


$ 92,530.39 






















BHAT 


SUPRIYA 


$ 12,985.49 


$ 


$ 12,985.49 


DONOVAN 


BRUCE 


$53,217.27 


$ 10,406.53 


$ 63,623.80 






















BROWN 


MARGARET 


$ 13,643.05 


$ 521.77 


$ 14,164.82 


DUCHARME 


MICHAEL 


$53,217.28 


$ 15,040.15 


$ 68,257.43 






















CAREY 


MARILYN 


$ 1,050.40 


$ 


$ 1,050.40 


DURKIN 


JAMES 


$ 69,248.40 


$ 29,857.35 


$99,105.75 






















CARLSON 


ALYCE 


$ 333.36 


$ 1.00 


$ 334.36 


FOSTER 


JESSE 


$53,217.26 


$ 11,433.03 


$ 64,650.29 












FY 2010 


ANNUAL 


REPORT 












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Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


CHAGNON 


SALLY 


$ 10,356.06 


$ 


283.34 


$ 10,639.40 


STACK 


L CATH- 


$ 18,632.37 


$ 1,068.11 


$ 19,700.48 


CLARK 


ERIC 


$ 280.00 


$ 


- 


$ 280.00 




ERINE 








CRONIN 


ALYCIA 


$ 15,045.00 


$ 


- 


$ 15,045.00 


TURCOTTE 


DARLENE 


$ 3,564.08 


$ 


$ 3,564.08 


CROWLEY 


CELESTE 


$28,375.76 


$ 


1,300.00 


$ 29,675.76 


TURCOTTE 


DANIELLE 


$ 1,094.75 


$ 


$ 1,094.75 


CRYAN- 


KATHRYN 


$ 59,284.22 


$ 


3,573.76 


$ 62,857.98 


TURCOTTE 


VICKIE 


$51,930.25 


$ 850.00 


$ 52,780.25 


HICKS 












WALSH 


EILEEN 


$ 34,572.26 


$ 1,182.22 


$ 35,754.48 


DELOSSAN- 


JOSE 


$ 14,663.67 


$ 


- 


$ 14,663.67 


WEBB 


LINDA 


$ 2,460.24 


$ 24,894.04 


$ 27,354.28 


TOS 












ZISCH 


HEIDI 


$ 3,822.15 


$ 180.86 


$ 4,003.01 


DOBI 


ELLEN 


$ 1,018.52 


$ 


- 


$ 1,018.52 


MIS 










EVANS 


GLYNIS 


$ 32,642.45 


$ 


1,820.00 


$ 34,462.45 


LUTTER 


EDWARD 


$72,231.97 


$ 222.44 


$ 72,454.41 


FOLEY 


MAUREEN 


$ 60,452.87 


$ 


1,490.27 


$61,943.14 


POLICE 










FRASSA 


DIANE 


$ 20,410.82 


$ 


521.34 


$20,932.16 


AHERN 


TODD 


$ 68,575.00 


$ 54,730.89 


$123,305.89 


GADGIL 


RUJUTA 


$ 484.75 


$ 


- 


$ 484.75 


AHERN 


DANIEL 


$ 85,603.07 


$51,688.40 


$137,291.47 


GADGIL 


TRUPTI 


$ 15,233.10 


$ 


- 


$ 15,233.10 


BEAUDOIN 


GAIL 


$ 56,303.46 


$ 56,054.49 


$112,357.95 


GRANT 


KAYLA 


$ 310.05 


$ 


- 


$ 310.05 


BELLISSIMO 


ANTHONY 


$ 3,174.32 


$ 3,092.64 


$ 6,266.96 


GRANT 


ANDREA 


$ 25,942.33 


$ 


566.66 


$ 26,508.99 


BELLISSIMO 


JENNIFER 


$54,144.02 


32674.29 


$86,818.31 


GROVES 


JUNE 


$ 1,144.00 


$ 


- 


$ 1,144.00 


BENNETT 


KATHLEEN 


$40,421.99 


$ 2,015.00 


$ 42,436.99 


HERRMANN 


ELIZABETH 


$89,841.57 


$ 


- 


$89,841.57 


BERNIER 


JEFFREY 


$ 66,889.33 


$ 40,724.70 


$107,614.03 


HERZOG 


BRIAN 


$48,118.86 


$ 


86.48 


$ 48,205.34 


BLODGETT 


JEFF 


$ 54,144.00 


$ 47,757.92 


$101,901.92 


JEFFREY 


DENNIS 


$ 1,901.70 


$ 


- 


$ 1,901.70 


BOURKE 


TIMOTHY 


$51,824.13 


$22,167.20 


$73,991.33 


KELLEY 


MAYLEEN 


$ 599.01 


$ 


1,065.00 


$ 1,664.01 


CALLAHAN 


JASON 


$ 43,466.86 


$ 52,069.39 


$ 95,536.25 


KELLEY 


KARA 


$ 4,027.83 


$ 


- 


$ 4,027.83 


COOPER 


PAUL 


$ 68,225.27 


$ 53,592.75 


$121,818.02 


KING 


WILLIAM 


$ 13,550.77 


$ 


- 


$ 13,550.77 


DEFREITAS 


DAVID 


$44,654.12 


$ 13,266.68 


$ 57,920.80 


KRIEGER 


REBECCA 


$ 298.50 


$ 


- 


$ 298.50 


DEMERS 


RICHARD 


$44,654.17 


$ 18,530.86 


$63,185.03 


LEAL 


ALDEVINO 


$ 43,699.29 


$ 


3,955.64 


$ 47,654.93 


DESMOND 


LISA 


$37,355.51 


$ 6,429.63 


$43,785.14 


LESSARD 


DEBORAH 


$29,151.90 


$ 


962.83 


$30,114.73 


DOOLE 


STEVEN 


$ 48,458.25 


$ 8,317.94 


$56,776.19 


LONGCHAMP 


CHARLENE 


$25,361.87 


$ 


902.06 


$ 26,263.93 


DUBE 


PHILIP 


$ 68,075.01 


$ 79,392.56 


$147,467.57 


LUCAS 


ZOIE 


$ 124.50 


$ 


- 


$ 124.50 


FADER 


FRANK 


$43,006.14 


$ 66.22 


$ 43,072.36 


LUSTIBER 


GRAHAM 


$ 1,520.69 


$ 


- 


$ 1,520.69 


FOX 


DONNA 


$ 40,602.95 


$ 1,950.00 


$42,552.95 


MAFFETONE 


DONNA 


$ 22,944.06 


$ 


1,162.29 


$24,106.35 


FREDERICKS 


STEPHEN 


$26,011.24 


$82,679.81 


$108,691.05 


MOORE 


PATRICIA 


$ 44,304.53 


$ 


- 


$ 44,304.53 


GAMACHE 


JOSEPH 


$ 67,824.48 


$60,183.55 


$128,008.03 


MORRISON 


BARBARA 


$ 70,470.41 


$ 


1,947.04 


$72,417.45 


GOFFIN 


JOHN 


$50,721.95 


$ 28,293.27 


$ 79,015.22 


MORRJSSEY 


DEBORAH 


$ 1,913.80 


$ 


- 


$ 1,913.80 


GOGUEN 


DANIEL 


$48,180.58 


$ 32,297.53 


$80,478.11 


NADKARNI 


SHREE 


$ 261.00 


$ 


- 


$ 261.00 


GOODE 


TIMOTHY 


$40,421.99 


$ 1,711.67 


$42,133.66 


PRESTON 


LEAH 


$ 779.83 


$ 


- 


$ 779.83 


GOODE 


FRANCIS 


$ 65,285.94 


$74,011.27 


$139,297.21 


RAGER 


NANCY 


$ 55,097.84 


$ 


3,318.58 


$ 58,416.42 


GRANT 


MARY JANE 


$44,176.08 


$ 1,950.00 


$46,126.08 


RANKIN 


BONNIE 


$ 19,598.86 


$ 


557.88 


$20,156.74 


HALL 


SANDRA 


$ 39,056.39 


$ 1,350.00 


$ 40,406.39 


REIDT 


DAVID 


$ 19,771.06 


$ 


428.99 


$ 20,200.05 


HANNAGAN 


GARY 


$67,139.71 


$78,127.99 


$145,267.70 


ROBINSON 


LINDA 


$ 60,883.03 


$ 


1,950.00 


$ 62,833.03 


HANSCOM 


JASON 


$103,438.44 


$ 52,704.24 


$156,142.68 


ROCHE- 
HELMES 


CHRISTINE 


$30,421.60 


$ 


1,300.00 


$31,721.60 


HANSCOM 


KIM 


$ 37,087.22 


$ 1,961.68 


$ 39,048.90 


SCHULTZ 
SHAH 


LINUS 
TINA 


$ 2,676.26 
$ 2,211.25 


$ 

$ 


- 


$ 2,676.26 
$ 2,211.25 


HAWKINS 
KELLY 


STEVEN 
FRANCIS 


$ 42,430.82 
$56,517.70 


$ 25,645.90 
$35,091.22 


$ 68,076.72 
$91,608.92 


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FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



Town Administration 



Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGLLAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


KOCH 


CARL 


$38,591.40 


$ 


$38,591.40 


DUANE 


KENNETH 


$ 


4,130.36 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,130.36 


LEO 


DAVID 


$53,839.10 


$ 73,590.90 


$127,430.00 


GOULET 


RONALD 


$ 


391.04 


$ 


- 


$ 


391.04 


LOPILATO 


ANDREW 


$ 45,526.52 


$ 55,700.97 


$101,227.49 


JONES 


BRIAN 


$ 


7,869.68 


$ 


- 


$ 


7,869.68 


MACKENZIE 


DAVID 


$ 53,839.08 


$ 60,866.58 


$114,705.66 


LINSTAD 


ROLAND 


$43,955.34 


$ 


- 


$ 43,955.34 


MCGEOWN 


PETER 


$51,718.06 


$ 14,767.04 


$66,485.10 


MARTELL 


MICHAEL 


$ 


464.36 


$ 


- 


$ 


464.36 


MCGEOWN 


JOHN 


$ 54,037.92 


$ 44,868.63 


$ 98,906.55 


MELANSON 


CHARLES 


$ 


782.08 


$ 


- 


$ 


782.08 


MULLEN 


BRIAN 


$ 54,037.95 


$ 50,667.48 


$104,705.43 


PROULX 


KEVIN 


$ 


195.52 


$ 


- 


$ 


195.52 


MURPHY 


ROBERT 


$54,051.17 


$84,401.78 


$138,452.95 


RAVANIS 


PETER 


$ 


3,030.56 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,030.56 


MURPHY 


JAMES 


$113,940.68 


$35,571.98 


$149,512.66 


RONAN 


KEVIN 


$ 


2,004.08 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,004.08 


POOR 


JOHN 


$ 36,638.00 


$ 11,094.29 


$ 47,732.29 


ROSCOE 


RALPH 


$ 


782.08 


$ 


- 


$ 


782.08 


POOR 


JASON 


$41,369.66 


$ 52,662.24 


$94,031.90 


SIMARD 


DANIEL 


$ 


3,421.60 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,421.60 


QUINN 


EDWARD 


$ 68,358.93 


$82,293.19 


$150,652.12 


ST. PIERRE 


RICHARD 


$ 


1,637.48 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,637.48 


REID 


DANIEL 


$51,824.12 


$71,997.15 


$123,821.27 


TOUSIG- 


LEO 


$ 


4,289.22 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,289.22 


RICHARD 

RICHARD- 
SON 


BRIAN 
PAUL 


$ 43,906.49 
$ 54,037.94 


$21,023.22 
$31,191.65 


$64,929.71 
$ 85,229.59 


NANT 

WALSH 

WEEKS 


THOMAS 
CYNTHIA 


$ 

$ 


928.72 
537.68 


$ 
$ 


- 


$ 
$ 


928.72 
537.68 


ROARK 


JOHN 


$ 85,933.59 


$ 42,469.58 


$128,403.17 


WOESSNER 


KATHRYN 


$ 


537.68 


$ 


- 


$ 


537.68 


ROONEY 


E MICHAEL 


$ 68,075.03 


$ 17,492.43 


$ 85,567.46 


WOESSNER 


ERNEST 


$22,558.12 


$ 


- 


$22,558.12 


SEMINA- 
TORE 


CHRISTIAN 


$42,025.03 


$20,791.36 


$62,816.39 


XAYACHACK 


TOPPHON- 
EXAY 


$ 


2,786.16 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,786.16 


SMITH 


EDWARD 


$ 85,955.64 


$ 54,069.79 


$140,025.43 


RECORDING SECRETARY 














SPENCE 


COLIN 


$89,811.69 


$ 57,987.09 


$147,798.78 


MORRISON 


PAMELA 


$ 


1,643.35 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,643.35 


SPINAZOLA 


ANTHONY 


$51,784.32 


$21,126.54 


$72,910.86 


FREDERICKS 


GEORGIA 


$ 


170.84 


$ 


- 


$ 


170.84 


SPINNEY 


JAMES 


$89,481.14 


78707.77 


$168,188.91 


MERRILL 


VIVIAN 


$ 


6,699.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,699.10 


SULLIVAN 


DANIEL 


$48,421.36 


$ 16,598.64 


$ 65,020.00 


SENIOR CENTER 














TAYS 


JONATHAN 


$51,718.08 


$ 19,018.21 


$ 70,736.29 


BISCHOFF 


NICHOLINA 


$ 


916.69 


$ 


- 


$ 


916.69 


TINE 


DAVID 


$39,123.09 


$ 34,632.40 


$ 73,755.49 


CLAYTON 


ROBERT 


$ 


6,238.19 


$ 


228.68 


$ 


6,466.87 


TYROS 


GEORGE 


$53,839.11 


$44,411.19 


$ 98,250.30 


DEAR 


ELENA 


$ 25,242.83 


$ 


723.12 


$ 25,965.95 


TYROS 


REBECCA 


$ 53,640.22 


$26,861.29 


$80,501.51 


DESROSIERS 


LINDA 


$45,300.15 


$ 


2,730.75 


$ 48,030.90 


UBELE 


SCOTT 


$103,199.79 


$ 42,062.95 


$145,262.74 


DUPUIS 


RITA 


$ 


820.68 


$ 


- 


$ 


820.68 


VAUGHAN 


WILLIAM 


$44,654.15 


$ 7,422.21 


$ 52,076.36 


ELLSWORTH 


MARGARET 


$ 19,832.14 


$ 


- 


$ 19,832.14 


WALSH 


CRAIG 


$ 52,354.22 


$ 43,654.56 


$ 96,008.78 


ERICKSON 


SANDRA 


$ 30,938.47 


$ 


- 


$ 30,938.47 


WHITE 


GARY 


$54,462.15 


$ 3,700.00 


$58,162.15 


ESPERANZA 


ALFRED 


$ 


5,517.17 


$ 


194.12 


$ 


5,711.29 


ZAHER 


CHRISTO- 


$ 54,369.29 


$48,945.92 


$103,315.21 


EVANS 


PHYLLIS 


$ 


1,224.39 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,224.39 


PHER 
ZIMINSKY NICHOLAS 
POLICE / ANIMAL CONTROL 
MERRILL ERIK 
POLICE /AUXILIARY 
BELLEMARE RYAN 
CALLAHAN TRACEY 
CASSELLA MICHAEL 
COTE ROBERT 


$10,733.31 

$ 39,935.26 

$ 8,309.60 
$ 537.68 
$ 1,173.12 
$ 391.04 


$ 10,462.40 

$ 92.24 

$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


$21,195.71 

$ 40,027.50 

$ 8,309.60 
$ 537.68 
$ 1,173.12 
$ 391.04 


FADER 

HOBBS 

KEANE 

KUCZWARA 

LAWLER 

LIAKOS 

MAJOR 

MALESKJ 


LINNEA 

DONNA 

PATRICIA 

EDWARD 

ROSEMARIE 

ARTHUR 

LORRAINE 

JOHN 


$36,565.17 
$ 16,993.11 
$ 5.806.47 
$ 6,329.16 
$ 3,982.64 
$ 11,705.77 
$ 15,862.92 
$43,225.18 


$ 

$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


1,560.00 
623.09 

336.28 

4,499.77 
1,954.26 


$38,125.17 
$ 17,616.20 
$ 5,806.47 
$ 6,665.44 
$ 3,982.64 
$ 11,705.77 
$ 20,362.69 
$45,179.44 


FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 
















PAGE 27 



TOWN ADMINISTRATION 



Employee Payroll 




School Employee Payroll 



LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


MCTEAGUE 


MICHAEL 


$ 3,567.55 


$ 


89.75 


$ 3,657.30 


CENTRAL OFFICE 














MELLOR 


MARTIN 


$ 179.51 


$ 


- 


$ 179.51 


BABCOCK 


MICHAEL 


$ 


30,132.52 


$ 


1,101.45 


$ 


31,233.970 i 


NORMANDY 


COLLEEN 


$42,804.14 


$ 


- 


$42,804.14 


BATTLE 


BERNARD 


$ 


12,750.04 


$ 


84.00 


$ 


12,834.040 


PRIEST 


LORRAINE 


$ 13,489.93 


$ 


- 


$ 13,489.93 


BOUCHER 


DONNA 


$ 


43,286.10 


$ 


1,672.50 


$ 


44,958.600 


REEDER 


JODI 


$25,512.77 


$ 


- 


$25,512.77 


BREEN 


EDWARD 


$ 


19,570.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


19,570.000 


RYDER 


DIANA 


$ 67,074.59 


$ 


- 


$ 67,074.59 


CHANG 


CHARLES 


$ 


67,568.02 


$ 


- 


$ 


67,568.020 


TREPANIER 


BECKY 


$ 13,800.36 


$ 


- 


$ 13,800.36 


CRUICK- 


ROBERT 


$ 103,575.72 


$ 10,632.40 


$114,208,120 


TELEMEDIA 












SHANK 
















HEINRICH 


KURT 


$ 9,501.10 


$ 


286.40 


$ 9,787.50 


CURRAN 


DIANE 


$ 


26,289.12 


$ 


550.00 


$ 


26,839.120 


PEDULLA 


PETER 


$45,183.10 


$ 


. 


$45,183.10 


DALY 


CHRISTINE 


$ 


23,598.75 


$ 


- 


$ 


23,598.750 


PETERSON 


THOMAS 


$ 59,284.22 


$ 12,979.34 


$ 72,263.56 


DEMONT 


MARY 


$ 


40,119.04 


$ 


- 


$ 


40,119.040 


SCOTT 


MATTHEW 


$91,638.50 


$ 


5,523.20 


$97,161.70 


DOWD 


ANGELA 


$ 


5,721.81 


$ 


480.00 


$ 


6,201.810 


TARI 


VILLU 


$ 52,398.45 


$ 


1,579.34 


$ 53,977.79 


DUBRAY 


DEBORAH 


$ 


73,734.92 


$ 


2,019.80 


$ 


75,754.720 


TOWN CLERK 










FLAGG ROSS 


ANDREA 


$ 


6,090.00 


$ 


817.20 


$ 


6,907.200 


DELANEY 


ELIZABETH 


$74,100.24 


$ 


5,963.12 


$ 80,063.36 


FOLEY 


DONNA 


$ 


89,397.10 


$ 


2,530.00 


$ 


91,927.100 


DULCHINOS 


MATTHEW 


$ 750.00 


$ 


. 


$ 750.00 


FORSTER 


BRUCE 


$ 105,168.96 


$ 


- 


$ 105,168.960 


GILET 


BERNA- 


$37,531.00 


$ 


3,923.58 


$41,454.58 


GENNARO 


JANE 


$ 


52,388.08 


$ 


- 


$ 


52,388.080 




DETTE 










GILMAN 


KENNETH 


$ 


49,357.10 


$ 


700.00 


$ 


50,057.100 


LEGRAND 


RAYMONDE 


$ 47,470.49 


$ 


3,620.27 


$51,090.76 


HEFFERNAN 


LISA 


$ 


41,701.92 


$ 


- 


$ 


41,701.920 


MCCALL 


MICHAEL 


$ 750.00 


$ 


- 


$ 750.00 


HINCKLEY 


CHRIS 


$ 


58,067.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


58,067.100 


OLSSON 


JUDITH 


$ 10,225.26 


$ 


- 


$ 10,225.26 


HUSSEY 


DONNA 


$ 


99,090.94 


$ 


400.00 


$ 


99,490.940 


TOWN MANAGER 










JOHNSTON 


PATRICIA 


$ 


46,189.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


46,189.000 


BELDEN 


DEBRA 


$ 3,370.16 


$ 


- 


$ 3,370.16 


KITTREDGE 


JOHN 


$ 


88,319.92 


$ 


500.00 


$ 


88,819.920 


COHEN 


PAUL 


$135,379.40 


$ 


6,000.00 


$141,379.40 


KOCH 


LINDA 


$ 


15,561.00 


$ 


648.38 


$ 


16,209.380 


CURRIER 


MARIAN 


$49,829.41 


$ 


3,003.72 


$52,833.13 


MARK 


JOSHUA 


$ 


5,853.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


5,853.000 


DZURIS 


PATRICIA 


$ 49,999.22 


$ 


- 


$ 49,999.22 


MAZZA 


KAREN 


$ 


15,000.00 


$ 14,166.00 


$ 


29,166.000 


GARVIN 


PATRICE 


$ 125.60 






$ 125.60 


MCWIL- 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


35,384.64 


$ 


- 


$ 


35,384.640 


PARZIALE 


JEANNE 


$68,751.59 


$ 


3,108.34 


$71,859.93 


LIAMS 
















TREASURER 












MORIN 


HEIDI 


$ 


26,972.40 


$ 


3,049.57 


$ 


30,021.970 


GRIFFIN ANNA 
PEASE KIM 
SOUSA JOHN 
VETERAN'S AGENT 
JACKSON REGINA 


$ 43,340.35 
$46,312.85 
$91,638.48 

$ 53,708.54 


$ 

$ 
$ 

$ 


2,372.29 
1,618.82 


$45,712.64 
$46,312.85 
$91,638.48 

$ 55,327.36 


STEERE 

O'ROURKE 

OUELLETTE 

PAPAS 

RIGOLI 

RINES 


WILLIAM 

MARK 

DEMETRA 

PAMELA 

GAIL 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


49,230.72 
59,268.47 
47,346.24 
30,749.94 
89,397.10 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


- 


$ 
$ 
$ 

$ 
$ 


49,230.720 
59,268.470 
47,346.240 
30,749.940 
89,397.100 














RYAN 


MARILYN 


$ 


18,893.10 


$ 


750.00 


$ 


19,643.100 














SANTOS 


MICHELLE 


$ 


40,319.40 


$ 


- 


$ 


40,319.400 














STEADMAN 


BONNIE 


$ 


40,911.03 


$ 


- 


$ 


40,911.030 














SUN 


NICHOLAS 


$ 


54,721.83 


$ 


275.00 


$ 


54,996.830 














TIANO 


FRANK 


$ 110,000.02 


$ 


- 


$110,000,020 














TOPPAN 


DORINDA 


$ 


- 


$ 


7,737.86 


$ 


7,737.860 














VILLENEUVE 


JUDITH 


$ 


37,600.94 


$ 


- 


$ 


37,600.940 














WHELAN 


CAROL 


$ 


46,309.20 


$ 




$ 


46,309.200 



PAGE 28 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



Town Administration 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


YEOMAN 


DONALD 


$ 169,537.42 


$ 


- 


$ 169,537.420 


COCHRAN 


LAUREN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


4,876.00 


$ 


72,916.960 


HIGH SCHOOL 














CODDAIRE 


PHILLIP 


$ 


2,900.00 


s 


- 


$ 


2,900.000 


ACHESON 


BRIAN 


$ 


49,047.96 


$ 


3,969.75 


$ 


53,017.710 


COGLIANO 


DIANE 


$ 


65,295.10 


$ 


270.00 


$ 


65,565.100 


ACHESON 


CYNTHIA 


$ 


20,250.30 


$ 


600.00 


$ 


20,850.300 


COLE 


BENJAMIN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


3,996.00 


$ 


72,036.960 


ADAMS 


KERRY 


$ 


37,731.20 


$ 12,904.87 


$ 


50,636.070 


COLLINS 


DEBRA 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,280.00 


$ 


71,580.100 


ARENA 


NANCY 


$ 


70,300.02 


$ 


1,679.00 


$ 


71,979.020 


COLLITON 


KAREN 


$ 


16,892.00 


$ 


3,206.40 


$ 


20,098.400 


AYLWARD 


JAMES 


$ 


65,295.10 


$ 


7,092.00 


$ 


72,387.100 


COMNINOS 


CYRUS 


$ 


71,840.92 


$ 


3,282.00 


$ 


75,122.920 


BARTOS 


MATTHEW 


$ 


69,169.10 


$ 


1,363.00 


$ 


70,532.100 


COUGHLIN 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


8,960.66 


$ 


77,001.620 


BEAUCHE- 


MARGARET 


$ 


16,862.06 


$ 


550.00 


S 


17,412.060 


COUR- 


STEVEN 


$ 


71,914.92 


$ 


1,551.00 


$ 


73,465.920 


MIN 
















TEMANCHE 
















BICKEL 


MEREDITH 


$ 


125.00 


$ 28,527.25 


$ 


28,652.250 


CROCKER 


RUTH 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,339.00 


$ 


1,339.000 


BLACK 


LINDA 


$ 


6,206.22 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,206.220 


CRUPI 


CONCETTA 


$ 


17,284.26 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,284.260 


BLAGG 


JOSHUA 


$ 


71,771.96 


$ 11,772.85 


$ 


83,544.810 


DALY 


VINCENT 


$ 


38,147.20 


$ 10,114.54 


$ 


48,261.740 


BLAGG 


KAREN 


$ 


61,146.96 


$ 


3,379.96 


$ 


64,526.920 


DAVIS 


KIMBERLY 


$ 


15,005.71 


$ 


- 


$ 


15,005.710 


BLAKLEY 


MARGARET 


$ 


57,230.94 


$ 


5,950.00 


$ 


63,180.940 


DEIGNAN 


SUSAN 


$ 


16,912.98 


$ 


225.22 


$ 


17.138.200 


BOER- 


DIANE 


$ 


27,666.86 


$ 


650.00 


$ 


28,316.860 


DEISLINGER 


MARY 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


MEESTER 
















DESOUSA 


ANTHONY 


$ 


60,978.06 


$ 


600.00 


$ 


61,578.060 


BOISVERT 


CAROL 


$ 


6,019.23 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,019.230 


DEVANEY 


MAURA 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 14,234.50 


$ 


77,959.460 


BOLTON 


DANIEL 


$ 


17,504.90 


$ 


2,464.30 


$ 


19,969.200 


DIBBLE 


MATTHEW 


$ 


59,471.10 


$ 


5,155.75 


$ 


64,626.850 


BOUCHER 


DANIELLE 


$ 


38,472.00 


$ 


120.00 


$ 


38,592.000 


DICENSO 


ELENA 


$ 


38,471.95 


$ 


1,200.00 


$ 


39,671.950 


BOUDREAU 


DEBRA 


$ 


68,101.74 


$ 


1,140.00 


$ 


69,241.740 


DIGGS 


VALERIE 


$ 


78,075.49 


$ 


. 


$ 


78,075.490 


BOUDROW 


KATHERINE 


$ 


24,837.00 


$ 


750.00 


$ 


25,587.000 


DIVINCENZO 


SANDRA 


$ 


125.00 


$ 


. 


$ 


125.000 


BRANCO 


KEVIN 


$ 


37,341.46 


$ 19,289.75 


$ 


56,631.210 


DOAK 


JENNIFER 


$ 


66,641.12 


$ 


2,451.00 


$ 


69,092.120 


BRJAND 
ARNOLD 


CLAIRE 


$ 


175.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


175.000 


DOHERTY 


JEFFREY 


$ 


92,628.12 


$ 


- 


$ 


92,628.120 


BROWN 


CHRISTO- 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


107.28 


$ 


58,617.160 


DONAHUE 


MARGARET 


$ 


17,284.26 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,284.260 




PHER 














DONOVAN 


PHILIP 


$ 


105.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


105.000 


BROWN 


WILLIAM 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,667.37 


$ 


1,667.370 


DOUKSZE- 


ROBERTA 


$ 


25,736.10 


$ 


750.00 


$ 


26,486.100 


BRUELL 


CAROL 


$ 


68,900.00 


$ 


900.00 


$ 


69,800.000 


WICZ 
















BRUTTI 


NANCY 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


2,546.00 


$ 


72,846.100 


DOULAMIS 


KATHERINE 


s 


68,041.05 


$ 


2,363.00 


$ 


70,404.050 


BRZEZINSKI 


JEAN 


$ 


17,836.98 


$ 


. 


$ 


17,836.980 


DUBIN 


RISA 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


3,576.52 


$ 


73,876.620 


BURLAND 


JASON 


$ 


40,570.92 


$ 


2,022.00 


$ 


42,592.920 


DUNN 


COLLEEN 


s 


71,914.96 


$ 


300.00 


$ 


72,214.960 


BURNES 


LISA 


$ 


17,836.98 


$ 


. 


$ 


17,836.980 


EASTMAN 


MARGARET 


s 


11,889.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


11,889.880 


CARLSON 


ELLEN 


$ 


17,836.98 


$ 


. 


$ 


17,836.980 


EMANOUIL 


CATHERINE 


s 


34,669.50 


$ 


84.00 


$ 


34,753.500 


CARON 


JOHN 


$ 


36,860.48 


$ 


725.60 


$ 


37,586.080 


FANNING 


MICHAEL 


$ 


69,532.27 


$ 


900.00 


$ 


70,432.270 


CARPENTER 


EDWARD 


$ 


. 


$ 


567.00 


$ 


567.000 


FLETCHER 


JOHN 


$ 


90,474.02 


$ 


- 


$ 


90,474.020 


CARTER 


MAUREEN 


$ 


17,476.62 


$ 


_ 


$ 


17,476.620 


FREDETTE 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


17,476.62 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,476.620 


CASAUBON 


LISA 


$ 


374.40 


$ 


250.00 


$ 


624.400 


FRETWELL 


PAULA 


$ 


18,287.46 


$ 


- 


$ 


18,287.460 


CHARBON- 


PAUL 


$ 


29,749.60 


$ 


7,777.57 


$ 


37,527.170 


GABRIEL 


DAWN 


$ 


66,641.12 


$ 


900.00 


$ 


67,541.120 


NEAU 
















GACOMO 


TERESA 


$ 


105.01 


$ 


2,349.64 


$ 


2,454.650 


CHARBON- 


SHARON 


$ 


76,034.87 


$ 


510.00 


$ 


76,544.870 


GAFFNEY 


LEAH 


$ 


54,432.82 


$ 


2,299.40 


$ 


56,732.220 


NIER 
















GAGNON 


BETTE 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,736.00 


$ 


72,036.100 


CLARK 


JENNIFER 


$ 


2,093.12 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,093.120 


GALANTE 


HEATHER 


$ 


90,474.02 


$ 


- 


$ 


90,474.020 


















GENOVA 


DERRICK 


$ 


55,870.10 


$ 


2,723.00 


$ 


58,593.100 


FY 2010 


ANNUAL I 


IE] 


^ORT 




















PAGE 29 



Town Administration 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


GISETTO 


LOUIS 


$ 


40,185.60 


$ 18,233.25 


$ 


58,418.850 


MARSHALL 


ERIN 


$ 


53,231.10 


$ 


1,255.00 


$ 


54,486.100 i 


GRAHAM 


REBECCA 


$ 


33,319.04 


$ 


3,985.50 


$ 


37,304.540 


MARSHALL 


MICHAEL 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


5,816.75 


$ 


64,326.630 1 


GREENE 


JEREMY 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 


3,526.00 


$ 


67,312.060 


MCINTYRE 


ZACHARY 


$ 


47,952.06 


$ 


2,209.00 


$ 


50,161.060 i 


GREENFIELD 


DOUGLAS 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


900.00 


$ 


68,940.960 


MCIVOR 


MERRIE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


300.00 


$ 


68,340.960 I 


HALL 


LINDA 


$ 


17,488.38 


$ 


590.55 


$ 


18,078.930 


MCLAUGH- 


RENEE 


s 


6,019.23 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,019.230 i 


HARTLAND 


KRISTIN 


$ 


54,220.92 


$ 


2,906.50 


$ 


57,127.420 


LIN 
















HASSETT 


FLORENCE 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


155.04 


$ 


17,416.620 


MCMANUS 


JENNIFER 


$ 


66,640.98 


$ 


6,553.04 


$ 


73,194.020 


HAYWOOD 


DEBORA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


4,229.50 


$ 


72,270.460 


MCNALLY 


SHAWN 


$ 


37,731.20 


$ 


6,017.96 


$ 


43,749.160 


HEALY 


KENNETH 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


1,100.64 


$ 


64,825.600 


MELANSON 


AMY 


$ 


254.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


254.000 


HOLLERAN 


JEFFREY 


$ 


55,870.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


55,870.100 


MENDONZA 


PHYLLIS 


$ 


14,108.16 


$ 


70.90 


$ 


14,179.060 


HOOVER 


ERIC 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


4,968.00 


$ 


73,008.960 


MIAN 


AAMINA 


$ 


17.836.98 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,836.980 


HUNT 


ILYSSA 


$ 


51,028.90 


$ 


600.00 


$ 


51,628.900 


MONGEAU 


ROSEMARY 


$ 


636.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


636.000 


IOVINO- 


SUSAN 


$ 


14,713.14 


$ 


576.24 


$ 


15,289.380 


MOR1ARTY 


DAVID 


$ 


46,347.00 


$ 13,285.50 


$ 


59,632.500 


CINCEVICH 
















MORRIS 


JONATHAN 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


1,410.00 


$ 


59,919.880 


JOYCE 


DEBORAH 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


2,186.00 


$ 


72,486.100 


MOUSSEAU 


DEREK 


$ 


55,870.10 


$ 


8,698.26 


$ 


64,568.360 


KAMAL 


JOHN 


$ 


70,300.02 


$ 


2,605.00 


$ 


72,905.020 


MULQUEEN 


CHRISTO- 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,343.00 


$ 


1,343.000 


KARAN- 


TERESA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 




PHER 














GIOZE 
















MUMBY 


CAROLE 


$ 


22,622.25 


$ 


- 


$ 


22,622.250 


KAVERUD 


KRISTINA 


$ 


52,749.06 


$ 


3,790.12 


$ 


56,539.180 


MURPHY 


JAMES 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


120.00 


$ 


68,160.960 


KELLY 


MARSHA 


$ 


1,119.00 


$ 10,879.96 


$ 


11,998.960 


MURPHY 


JOAN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


1,851.00 


$ 


69,891.960 


KENDER 


MICHELLE 


$ 


47,952.06 


$ 


2,672.52 


$ 


50,624.580 


MURPHY 


MARYROSE 


$ 


19,188.10 


$ 


197.96 


$ 


19,386.060 


KIERNAN- 


NANCY 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


2,039.00 


$ 


70,079.960 


MURRAY 


SUSAN 


$ 


6,019.23 


$ 


- 


S 


6,019.230 


BELL 
















NAHAS 


ELIZABETH 


$ 


68,041.05 


$ 


2,879.00 


$ 


70,920.050 


KING 


JOHN 


$ 


68,041.05 


$ 


8,485.75 


$ 


76,526.800 


NORDEN- 


REBECCA 


$ 


68,041.05 


$ 


3,330.00 


$ 


71,371.050 


KOBRENSKI 


REBECCA 


$ 


56,844.06 


$ 


420.00 


$ 


57,264.060 


GREN 
















LAFLAMME 


KATHRYN 


$ 


65,295.10 


$ 


3,158.00 


$ 


68,453.100 


O'BRYANT 


ANNE 


$ 120,520.92 


$ 


- 


$ 120,520.920 


LAGRANGE 


DONNA 


$ 


66,640.98 


$ 


2,160.00 


$ 


68,800.980 


O'KEEFE 


MICHAEL 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


7,999.00 


$ 


71,723.960 


LANG 


JOHN 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,873.00 


$ 


6,873.000 


O'ROURKE 


JENNIFER 


$ 


24,623.20 


$ 


- 


$ 


24,623.200 


LANNAN 


MARIE 


$ 


17,836.98 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,836.980 


PALLY 


STEPHANIE 


$ 


41,096.12 


$ 


660.00 


$ 


41,756.120 


LARSON 


MEGAN 


$ 


17,504.90 


$ 


5,745.16 


$ 


23,250.060 


PARATO 


LISA 


$ 


55,870.10 


$ 


272.00 


$ 


56,142.100 


LEARY 


TAMMY 


$ 


60,010.03 


$ 


2,558.00 


$ 


62,568.030 


PARATO 


MICHAEL 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


5,392.00 


$ 


66,539.060 


LEDUC 


ELIZABETH 


s 


150.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


150.000 


PASQUALE 


ANDREW 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


2,605.00 


$ 


70,645.960 


LEKBERG 


MELINDA 


$ 


40,018.63 


$ 


995.67 


$ 


41,014.300 


PECORA 


JOHN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


LEMIRE 


ROBERT 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


240.00 


$ 


70,540.100 


PELLAND 


DENISE 


$ 


17,836.98 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,836.980 


LESCARD 


BEVERLY 


$ 


9,363.13 


$ 


243.60 


$ 


9,606.730 


PELLEY 


NINA 


$ 


48,971.00 


$ 


2,355.04 


$ 


51,326.040 


LESLIE 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


17,504.90 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,504.900 


PERRUCCIO 


GLYNNIS 


$ 


63,724.92 


$ 


600.00 


$ 


64,324.920 


PELUSO 
















PERRY 


LEAH 


$ 


12,562.91 


$ 


620.48 


$ 


13,183.390 


LIMA 


CHRISTINE 


$ 


54,397.81 


$ 


1,290.00 


$ 


55,687.810 


PIECEWICZ 


LYNN 


$ 


374.41 


$ 


250.00 


$ 


624.410 


LINDQUIST 


ELIZABETH 


$ 


40,205.76 


$ 


- 


$ 


40,205.760 


PILAT 


CAROL 


$ 


93,033.98 


$ 


. 


$ 


93,033.980 


LOTTO 


MARGERY 


$ 


18,467.64 


$ 


824.00 


$ 


19,291.640 


PITMAN 


PAULA 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


2,006.00 


$ 


65,730.960 


MARAGANIS 


K.RISTINE 


$ 


51,312.21 


$ 


879.12 


$ 


52,191.330 


BROWN 
















MARCOTTE 


CAROLE 

ANN 


$ 


105.00 


$ 




$ 


105.000 


PRATT HER- 
MAN 


JENNIFER 


$ 


62,325.12 


$ 


622.50 


$ 


62,947.620 


PAGE 30 


















FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



Town Administration 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


QUEENAN 


MICHLYN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 4,668.00 


$ 


72,708.960 


TAN- 


MARGARET 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


4,602.00 


$ 


72,642.960 


QUINN 


STEPHANIE 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 4,311.75 


$ 


68,097.810 


TRAPORN 
















RARAS 


CAROL 


$ 


25,736.10 


$ 550.00 


$ 


26,286.100 


TAYLOR 


SANDRA 


$ 


- 


$ 19,615.25 


$ 


19,615.250 


REILLY 


CAROL 


$ 


30,778.00 


$ 


$ 


30,778.000 


THOMAS 


BRUCE 


$ 


800.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


800.000 


RICH 


BRUCE 


$ 


63,724.96 


$24,671.50 


$ 


88,396.460 


THOMPSON 


MICHAEL 


$ 


344.24 


$ 


- 


$ 


344.240 


RIVARD 


DONNA 


$ 


17,133.42 


$ 


$ 


17,133.420 


TONREY 


CYNTHIA 


$ 


125.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


125.000 


ROBILLARD 


SCOTT 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 4,194.00 


$ 


72,234.960 


TRUE 


KR1STEN 


$ 


17,352.03 


$ 


4,686.00 


$ 


22,038.030 


RODGERS 


CAROL 


$ 


35,685.00 


$ 110.00 


$ 


35,795.000 


TUCKER 


BEVERLY 


$ 


125.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


125.000 


RODMAN 


ILENEANNE 


$ 


67,493.63 


$ 705.00 


$ 


68,198.630 


TYLENDA 


JESSICA 


$ 


61,146.96 


$ 


900.00 


$ 


62,046.960 


RONDINA 


CARL 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 10,822.00 


$ 


78,862.960 


URBAN 


CLAIRE 


$ 


20,545.35 


$ 


4,137.14 


$ 


24,682.490 


ROSA 


DANIEL 


$ 


72,991.88 


$ 


$ 


72,991.880 


URBAN 


HEATHER 


$ 


1,955.29 


$ 


250.00 


$ 


2,205.290 


RUBIN 


EDWARD 


$ 


49,879.14 


$ 2,922.50 


$ 


52,801.640 


VAN BLAR- 
COM 


IAN 


$ 


53,231.10 


$ 


1,020.00 


$ 


54,251.100 


RUSSO 

RYAN 

SANDHOLM 

SCARFO 

SCOTT 

SEXAUER 

SHEA 

SHEA 

SHEEHAN 


ROBERT 

MICHAEL 

CYNTHIA 

KERRY ANN 

GORDON 

MATTHEW 

ANN 

MICHAEL 

JUDITH 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


68,040.96 
105.00 
70,300.10 
17,836.98 
68,040.96 
54,220.92 
6,486.92 
68,040.96 
54,432.82 


$ 20,928.00 

$ 

$ 605.00 

$ 

$ 2,192.61 

$ 7,526.50 

$ 87.01 

$ 900.00 

$ 1,687.50 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


88,968.960 
105.000 
70,905.100 
17,836.980 
70,233.570 
61,747.420 
6,573.930 
68,940.960 
56,120.320 


VAZQUEZ 

VEVES 

WALQUIST 

WALSH 

WALTERS 

WASHBURN 

WHITE 

WILCOX- 
HARRIS 


PEDRO 

JANET 

STEPHANIE 

KELLY 

DEBRA 

JANE 

KATHARINE 

SUSAN 


$ 

$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


36,531.20 
70,300.02 
33,393.36 
15,414.24 
9,501.81 
105.00 
32,962.82 
17,836.98 


$ 11,934.21 

$ 990.00 

$ 

$ 277.60 

$ 104.81 

$ 

$ 1,610.00 

$ 


$ 

$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 

s 


48,465.410 
71,290.020 
33,393.360 
15,691.840 
9,606.620 
105.000 
34,572.820 
17,836.980 


SHERWOOD 


RALPH 


$ 


71,070.52 


$ 7,905.00 


$ 


78,975.520 


WILSON 


MARY 


$ 


17,284.26 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,284.260 


SHIMER 


ALINE 


$ 


74,287.98 


$ 6,656.40 


$ 


80,944.380 


YOUNG 


CHRISTINE 


$ 


105.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


105.000 


SHUPE 


ANDREW 


$ 


56,844.06 


$ 16,766.66 


$ 


73,610.720 


ZEKOS 


LINDA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


2,031.40 


$ 


70,072.360 


SILVA 


JOSEPH 


$ 


37,223.28 


$ 7,392.08 


$ 


44,615.360 


ZIEBA 


CHERYL 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


4,218.00 


$ 


67,942.960 


SILVA 


PATRICIA 


$ 


12,130.57 


$ 74.88 


$ 


12,205.450 


ZIEL 


NANCY 


$ 


66,641.12 


$ 


600.00 


$ 


67,241.120 


SIMOGLOU 


YIOTA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 3,918.00 


$ 


71,958.960 


ZIMMERMAN 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


675.00 


$ 


70,975.100 


SIRAGUSA 


ANTHONY 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 4,668.00 


$ 


72,708.960 




DEMPSE 














SLOAN 


MICHELE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


$ 


68,040.960 


ZOPES 


PETER 


$ 


55,870.10 


$ 


581.50 


$ 


56,451.600 


SMITH 


MARIAN 


$ 


47,952.06 


$ 600.00 


$ 


48,552.060 


ZUKOWSKI 


DAVID 


$ 


16,139.55 


$ 


2,114.75 


$ 


18,254.300 


SOUSA 


THOMAS 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 14,070.00 


$ 


82,110.960 


MCCARTHY MIDDLE SCHOOL 












SPAULDING 


CHERYL 


$ 


9,927.84 


$ (30.80) 


$ 


9,897.040 


ALEXANDER 


LAUREN 


$ 


2,564.82 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,564.820 


SPILLER 


SUZANNE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


$ 


68,040.960 


ASSELIN 


ROBERT 


$ 


47,952.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


47,952.060 


STAVELEY 

STEELE 

STEEVES 

STRAEFFER 

SULLIVAN 


JONATHAN 

MARILYN 

DAVID 

JUDITH 

KATHRYN 


$ 
$ 
$ 

$ 
$ 


63,786.06 
68,040.96 
70,300.10 
22,012.94 
68,040.96 


$ 300.00 

$ 1,552.50 

$ 971.52 

$ 

$ 3,158.00 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


64,086.060 
69,593.460 
71,271.620 
22,012.940 
71,198.960 


AURIEMMA 

AVILA 

BAILEY 

BAILLAR- 
GEON 


BONNIE 
JEAN 

LINDA 

HEIDI 

DANIELLE 


$ 

$ 
$ 

$ 


17,261.58 

17,261.58 
70,300.10 
56,804.26 


$ 

$ 

$ 
$ 


390.43 
2,086.08 


$ 

s 
$ 
$ 


17,261.580 

17,652.010 
72,386.180 
56,804.260 


SWAIN 


NANCY 


$ 


2,793.42 


$ 128.63 


$ 


2,922.050 


BELANGER 


JANET 


$ 


13,666.10 


$ 


. 


$ 


13,666.100 


SWEENEY 


MARILYN 


$ 


76,989.12 


$ 3,159.29 


$ 


80,148.410 


BELANGER 


NANCY 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


539.00 


$ 


70,839.100 


SWIERZBIN 


ANNA 


$ 


1,120.00 


$ 13,630.92 


$ 


14,750.920 


BELLINGH- 


AMY 


$ 


16,395.60 


$ 


42.77 


$ 


16,438.370 


TAHA 


BARBARA 


$ 


60,978.06 


$ 1,279.44 


$ 


62,257.500 


IERI 

















FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



PAGE 31 



TOWN ADMINISTRATION 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


BERUBE 


BENJAMIN 


$ 


45,310.98 


$ 


- 


$ 


45,310.980 


GIGLIO 


SHARON 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


71,378.100' 


BIBBER-DEL- 


CAROLINE 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


71,378.100 


GRADY 


PAULA 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


3,144.00 


$ 


66,868.960' 


TRECCO 
















GRAHAM 


PATRICK 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


BONGIORNO 


ELAINE 


$ 


8,426.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


8,426.880 


GREEN 


WILLIAM 


$ 


55,870.08 


$ 


2,177.00 


$ 


58,047.080 


BONNAR 


ROSLYN 


$ 


58,509.99 


$ 


2,828.00 


$ 


61,337.990 


GREENWOOD 


MICHAEL 


$ 


36,973.44 


$ 


8,696.39 


$ 


45,669.830 


BROCK- 


MARY 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


3,438.00 


$ 


64,585.060 


HART 


DANIEL 


$ 


28,981.68 


$ 


5,752.56 


$ 


34,734.240 


MYRE-MAR- 
































TIN 
















HARVEY 


CHRISTIE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


1,800.00 


$ 


69,840.960 


BROWNING 


KRISTEN 


$ 


46,347.08 


$ 


1,726.50 


$ 


48,073.580 


HAYDEN 


ANNE 


$ 


18,747.55 


$ 


116.66 


$ 


18,864.210 


BURGESS 


CAROLYN 


$ 


8,299.20 


$ 


- 


$ 


8,299.200 


HERLIHY 


JODIE 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


3,001.09 


$ 


20,262.670 


CARUSO 


DAVID 


$ 


40,570.92 


$ 


583.00 


$ 


41,153.920 


HIGGINS 


JOYCE 


$ 


12,464.56 


$ 


940.45 


$ 


13,405.010 


CARUSO 


PAUL 


$ 


40,888.30 


$ 


- 


$ 


40,888.300 


HIRSCH 


LINDA 


$ 


61,682.92 


$ 


4,784.00 


$ 


66,466.920 


CATON 


LINDA 


$ 


14,026.12 


$ 


- 


$ 


14,026.120 


HIRST 


CARY 


$ 


7,958.65 


$ 


- 


$ 


7,958.650 


CHAMBER- 


KATHRYN 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


3,836.00 


$ 


74,136.100 


HOULE 


KAREN 


$ 


2,751.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,751.060 


LAIN 
















HUNT 


JAMIE 


$ 


12,640.32 


$ 


133.76 


$ 


12,774.080 


CHARRON 


NANCY 


$ 


72,991.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


72,991.880 


JOHNSON 


BARBARA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


3,216.00 


$ 


71,256.960 


CHASE 


CANDACE 


$ 


70,213.21 


$ 


3,854.89 


$ 


74,068.100 


JOHNSON 


SHEILA 


$ 


8,256.57 


$ 


21.28 


$ 


8,277.850 


CHEMALY 


JEFFREY 


$ 


16,540.44 


$ 


2,167.12 


$ 


18,707.560 


JONES 


FREDDIE 


$ 


37,658.64 


$ 


5,260.63 


$ 


42,919.270 


COMEAU 


KATE 


$ 


51,594.92 


$ 


6,119.00 


$ 


57,713.920 


KALABOKIS 


JOANNE 


$ 


36,374.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


36,374.100 


CONNELL 


GAILANN 


$ 


8,426.88 


$ 


2,399.29 


$ 


10,826.170 


KELLY 


SHEILA 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


2,186.00 


$ 


72,486.100 


CONNELLY 


DARLENE 


$ 


8,148.00 


$ 


385.00 


$ 


8,533.000 


KILEY 


SARAH 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


1,550.50 


$ 


65,275.460 


CORMIER 


KELLY 


$ 


65,295.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


65,295.100 


KLICK 


CAITLIN 


$ 


53,231.10 


$ 


546.26 


$ 


53,777.360 


CROCKER 


CATHERINE 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


824.00 


$ 


18,085.580 


KOMPERDA 


JENNIFER 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


3,236.28 


$ 


71,277.240 


CURRAN 


LISA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


KOSCIOLEK 


RAMONA 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,692.31 


$ 


2,692.310 


DAIGLE 


DENISE 


$ 


62,325.12 


$ 


2,502.34 


$ 


64,827.460 


KURLAND 


SARALYN 


$ 


- 


$ 17,575.00 


$ 


17,575.000 


DARLAND 


TIMOTHY 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


63,724.960 


LANOUETTE 


CATHERINE 


$ 


47,360.25 


$ 


- 


$ 


47,360.250 


DE YOUNG 


LESLIE 


$ 


12,088.00 


$ 


334.16 


$ 


12,422.160 


LILJEGREN 


STEVEN 


$ 


72,991.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


72,991.880 


DEPALMA 


PHYLLIS 


$ 


696.07 


$ 


1,000.00 


$ 


1,696.070 


LIVINGSTON 


SHAUN 


$ 


42,669.90 


$ 


686.25 


$ 


43,356.150 


DESILVIO 


CHRISTINE 


$ 


7,956.55 


$ 


- 


$ 


7,956.550 


LOCOCO 


KAREN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


539.00 


$ 


68,579.960 


DOWLING 


KATHRYN 


$ 


55,870.10 


$ 


5,020.00 


$ 


60,890.100 


LOMBARDI 


JANET 


$ 


8,086.89 


$ 


- 


$ 


8,086.890 


DOWLING 


KRISTEN 


$ 


37,077.56 


$ 


3,166.00 


$ 


40,243.560 


LUCENTE 


KATHRYN 


$ 


54,274.66 


$ 


- 


$ 


54,274.660 


DRISCOLL 


KELLEY 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


144.61 


$ 


17,406.190 


MACPHEE 


JENNIFER 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


61,147.060 


DYMENT 


BARRY 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


1,736.00 


$ 


65,460.960 


MAHER 


GLENN 


s 


46,347.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


46,347.000 


EPSTEIN 


SHELLEY 

LYNN 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,156.00 


$ 


71,456.100 


MARTIN 


DONNA 


$ 


89,397.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


89,397.100 


















MARTINES 


LAURIE 


$ 


68,227.38 


$ 


(372.84) 


$ 


67,854.540 


FARLEY 


DIANA 


$ 


8,463.36 


$ 


. 


$ 


8,463.360 


































MCCARTHY 


JACQUELINE 


$ 


51,594.92 


$ 


- 


$ 


51,594.920 


FARLEY 


ROSEMARY 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


. 


$ 


63,724.960 


































MCMAHON 


MELISSA 


$ 


44,714.02 


$ 


1,718.00 


$ 


46,432.020 


FELZANI 


ADAM 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


3,363.34 


$ 


61,873.220 


































MCPHEE 


KURT 


$ 


97,999.98 


$ 


- 


$ 


97,999.980 


FLANAGAN 


JENNIFER 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


. 


$ 


68,040.960 


































MEJIA 


ANDREA 


$ 


56,761.90 


$ 


1,020.00 


$ 


57,781.900 


GADBOIS 


VERONICA 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


1,009.12 


$ 


59,519.000 


































MILLEN 


MEREDITH 


$ 


40,570.92 


$ 


- 


$ 


40,570.920 


GALLAGHER 


THOMAS 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


6,862.75 


$ 


70,587.710 


































MORIARTY 


MARY 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,963.00 


$ 


72,263.100 


GAUTHIER 


SUSAN 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


. 


$ 


70,300.100 


































MURRAY 


PAMELA 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


70,300.100 


GERMAIN 


TRACEY 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


4,767.26 


$ 


63,277.140 


































O'SHEA 


BRENDA 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


3,144.00 


$ 


73,444.100 


PAGE 32 


















FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



town Administration 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


O'SHEA 


EDMUND 


$ 


- 


$20,180.00 


$ 


20,180.000 


AYLWARD 


JENNIFER 


$ 


65,295.10 


$ 


1,187.83 


$ 


66,482.930 


OTTMAN 


RACHEL 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 


717.80 


$ 


64,503.860 


BARRICELLI 


ROBERTA 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


1,163.00 


$ 


51,755.880 


PANAGIOTA- 


CHRISTINE 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,736.00 


$ 


72,036.100 


BARTLEMAN 


JENNIFER 


$ 


6,125.04 






$ 


6,125.040 


KOS 
















BAUTISTA 


LINDA 


$ 


7,626.65 


$ 


5,678.72 


$ 


13,305.370 


PETERSON 


DONNA 


$ 


61,702.91 


$ 


2,609.79 


$ 


64,312.700 


BOCZE- 


DEBRA 


$ 


68,899.95 


$ 


. 


$ 


68,899.950 


PHILLIPS 


DEBORAH 


$ 


33,306.00 


$ 


1,290.50 


$ 


34,596.500 


NOWSKI 
















PIVONKA 


SHARON 


$ 


17,871.90 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,871.900 


BRIAND 


KIMBERLY 


$ 


66,641.12 


$ 


- 


$ 


66,641.120 


POLAK 


KERRY 


$ 


7,916.09 


$ 


- 


$ 


7,916.090 


BRUYN 


PETER 


$ 


65,295.10 


$ 


581.50 


$ 


65,876.600 


RAY 


VIRGINIA 


$ 


17,871.90 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,871.900 


CAREY 


STELLA 


$ 


17,575.00 


$ 


2,605.00 


$ 


20,180.000 


RICHARDSON 


JODI 


$ 


27,216.42 


$ 


1,099.00 


$ 


28,315.420 


CASEY 


LAURA 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


61,147.060 


ROBBAT 


LINDA 


$ 


65,295.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


65,295.100 


CLEMENTE 


ELAINE 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,163.00 


$ 


71,463.100 


ROGERS 


SCOTT 


$ 


46,347.00 


$ 


581.50 


$ 


46,928.500 


COIT 


MARY 


$ 


12,038.46 


$ 


36.48 


$ 


12,074.940 


SAKOWICH 


LYNDA 


$ 


- 


$ 


750.00 


$ 


750.000 


COLLINS 


GEORGE 


$ 


36,280.00 


$ 


6,042.31 


$ 


42,322.310 


SARGENT 


JOSEPH 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


5,213.00 


$ 


68,937.960 


COMINS 


CAROL 


$ 


70,300.02 


$ 


2,814.00 


$ 


73,114.020 


SCHEINBART 


CAROL 


$ 


46,347.08 


$ 


- 


$ 


46,347.080 


CORMIER 


MARGARET 


$ 


6,639.27 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,639.270 


SEMENTELLI 


KATHY 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


2,023.71 


$ 


19,285.290 


COWGILL 


JUDITH 


$ 


1,274.00 


$ 


1,000.00 


$ 


2,274.000 


SHERLOCK 


JOHN 


$ 


52,236.08 


$ 


5,234.35 


$ 


57,470.430 


COWGILL 


MICHAEL 


$ 


37,658.64 


$ 


- 


$ 


37,658.640 


SKAFF 


LISA ANN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


CRAMER 


VIRGINIA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


SLOCUM 


SUSAN 


s 


67,790.96 


$ 


1,099.00 


$ 


68,889.960 


CROWLEY 


TRACY 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


2,300.00 


$ 


66,024.960 


STAFFORD 


MARIA 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


2,375.74 


$ 


19,637.320 


DECHIARA 


KAREN 


$ 


3,987.83 


$ 


885.49 


$ 


4,873.320 


STRODEL 


JOAN 


s 


339.72 


$ 


- 


$ 


339.720 


DEMARAIS 


NORMAN 


$ 


17,575.00 


$ 


2,605.00 


$ 


20,180.000 


STUART 


PATRICIA 


$ 


17,610.39 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,610.390 


DESCHENE 


GLORIA 


$ 


17,575.00 


$ 


2,605.00 


$ 


20,180.000 


SULLIVAN 


SUSAN 


$ 


27,716.00 


$ 


86.46 


$ 


27,802.460 


DINGWELL 


LORINDA 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


50,592.880 


SYKES 


RUSSELL 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,261.580 


DIRIENZO 


EILEEN 


$ 


17,871.90 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,871.900 


SZULUK 


JANET 


$ 


- 


$20,180.00 


$ 


20,180.000 


DOWNS 


LEAH 


$ 


6,367.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,367.000 


TARANTO 


JANICE 


$ 


16,540.44 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,540.440 


DWYER- 


KAREN 


$ 


71,592.04 


$ 


2,381.50 


$ 


73,973.540 


THORNE 


RICHARD 


$ 


38,494.80 


$ 12,805.86 


$ 


51,300.660 


TOWER 
















TRAINOR 


MARK 


$ 


59,471.10 


$ 


4,428.50 


$ 


63,899.600 


FABBRI 


NANCY 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


1,273.00 


$ 


69,313.960 


VAZQUEZ 


ADAM 


$ 


37,731.20 


$ 


7,770.46 


$ 


45,501.660 


FRENETTE 


MARY 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


3,660.45 


$ 


20,922.030 


VENUGOPAL 


DEVI 


$ 


18,216.24 


$ 


. 


$ 


18,216.240 


GARDNER 


ANN 


$ 


27,716.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


27,716.000 


VINING 


JESSICA 


$ 


67,661.10 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


68,739.100 


GATTI 


LINDA 


$ 


68,041.05 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


69,119.050 


WESSON 


DEBORAH 


$ 


27,216.28 


$ 


1,165.00 


$ 


28,381.280 


GILLIES 


KIMBERLY 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


6,144.04 


$ 


23,405.620 


WETHERELL 


NANCY 


$ 


11,620.40 


$ 


. 


$ 


11,620.400 


GIOUMBAKIS 


EL1AS 


$ 


10,032.13 


$ 


9,796.25 


$ 


19,828.380 


WILLIS 


LAWRENCE 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


7,001.00 


$ 


70,725.960 


GLEASON- 
TADA 


MARIE 


$ 


71,914.96 


$ 


2,109.50 


$ 


74,024.460 


WITKUM VICTORIA 
WOODS ALBERT 
YATES-SCOTT SUZANNE 
ZWART RENEE 
PARKER MIDDLE SCHOOL 
ADLER ANITA 
ARORA ANUPAMA 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 

$ 

$ 


59,471.10 
37,586.08 
68,040.96 

17,871.90 

68,041.05 
45,310.98 


$ 

$ 11,307.53 

$ 1,163.00 

$ 

$ 1,163.00 

$ 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 

$ 
$ 


59,471.100 
48,893.610 
69,203.960 
17,871.900 

69,204.050 
45,310.980 


GRAY 

GROVE 

GRUDINSKI 

HENNESSEY 

HOLLAND 

HOLT 


RONALD 

NANCY 

JANE 

ROBIN 

KELLEY 

CHRISTO- 
PHER 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 

$ 
$ 


16,100.76 
70,300.10 
17,261.58 
14,666.72 
4,761.79 
17,871.90 


$ 

$ 2,878.00 
$ 9,764.41 
$ 96.68 
$ 1,216.50 
$ 19,857.81 


$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 
$ 


16,100.760 
73,178.100 
27,025.990 
14,763.400 
5,978.290 
37,729.710 


ASQUITH 


BRENDAN 


$ 


50,592.99 


$ 


21.25 


$ 


50,614.240 


HUSTED 


NANCY 


$ 


20,761.40 


$ 




$ 


20,761.400 


FY 2010 ANNUAL I 


IE] 


^ORT 




















PAGE 33 



Town Administration 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


JOWETT 


LINDA 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


4,540.60 


$ 


68,265.560 


ROBEY 


HELEN 


$ 


4,928.36 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,928.360 


KADARAS 


JOAN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


581.50 


$ 


68,622.460 


ROBINSON 


DEBORAH 


$ 


16,540.44 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,540.440 


KAMENIDES 


LISA 


$ 


48,971.00 


$ 


63.75 


$ 


49,034.750 


RONDEAU 


NANCY 


$ 


14,388.66 


$ 


238.48 


$ 


14,627.140 


KASTANAS 


DOROTHEA 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


1,099.00 


s 


51,691.880 


ROURKE 


ELAINE 


$ 


17,610.39 


$ 


692.31 


$ 


18,302.700 


KELLY- 


CAROL 


$ 


62,325.12 


$ 


- 


s 


62,325.120 


ROY 


JUSTINE 


$ 


48,971.00 


$ 


8,372.12 


$ 


57,343.120 


SULESKI 
















RUSSO 


ANN 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


203.11 


$ 


63,928.070 


KENNEDY 


JEAN 


$ 


68,055.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,055.960 


SALMON 


JENNIFER 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


59,587.880 


KEOHANE 


THERESE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


807.92 


$ 


68,848.880 


SAYERS 


AUTUMN 


$ 


47,952.06 


$ 


105.00 


$ 


48,057.060 


KJNNEY 


KEITH 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


61,147.060 


SEXTON 


ELIZABETH 


$ 


58,067.10 


$22,924.15 


$ 


80,991.250 


L'ABBE 


JEFFREY 


$ 


65,295.11 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


66,373.110 


SEXTON 


LAURA 


$ 


2,340.40 


$ 20,583.75 


$ 


22,924.150 


LEE 


NATASHA 


$ 


40,570.95 


$ 


- 


$ 


40,570.950 


ST.AMAND 


MARK 


$ 


39,098.64 


$ 


. 


$ 


39,098.640 


LEONARD 


NICOLE 


$ 


46,347.08 


$ 


3,378.06 


$ 


49,725.140 


ST.SAUVEUR 


SHEILA 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


. 


$ 


70,300.100 


LINDSTROM 


CAROLYN 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,261.580 


STANIZZI 


DOREEN 


$ 


6,429.66 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,429.660 


LINSNER 


ERIC 


$ 


60,978.06 


$ 


6,419.00 


$ 


67,397.060 


SZABLAK 


LINDA 


$ 


53,231.01 


$ 


2,644.50 


$ 


55,875.510 


LOISELLE 


ELIZABETH 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


70,300.100 


TAYLOR 


DONNA 


$ 


17,610.39 


$ 


. 


$ 


17,610.390 


LOISELLE 


SUSAN 


$ 


33,306.00 


$ 


3,312.12 


$ 


36,618.120 


TAYLOR 


LISA 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


589.02 


$ 


17,850.600 


LUPPINO 


MAGGIE 


$ 


43,722.12 


$ 


3,758.00 


$ 


47,480.120 


TERRIO 


JOVITA 


$ 


6,483.01 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,483.010 


LYNAM 


JENNIFER 


$ 


8,884.60 


$ 


93.60 


$ 


8,978.200 


TRAINOR 


TARA 


$ 


68,045.90 


$ 


3,800.00 


$ 


71,845.900 


MACEACH- 


DIANA 


$ 


12,749.34 


$ 


- 


s 


12,749.340 


VANDER- 


MARY LOU 


$ 


3,010.81 


$ 




$ 


3,010.810 


ERON 
















POOL 
















MAGNUSON 


REBECCA 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


58,509.880 


VITALE 


CRAIG 


$ 


38,471.94 


$ 


3,091.00 


$ 


41,562.940 


MAIELLANO 


CATHLEEN 


$ 


12,191.29 


$ 


93.60 


$ 


12,284.890 


WHITTLESEY 


CHRISTINA 


$ 


64,204.92 


$ 


4,396.00 


$ 


68,600.920 


MANNION 


IDA 


$ 


24,624.60 


$ 


91.20 


$ 


24,715.800 


WRIGHT 


THOMAS 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


2,655.00 


$ 


61,164.880 


MAYOTTE 


BARBARA 


$ 


56,844.06 


$ 


581.50 


$ 


57,425.560 


ZABIEREK 


JUDITH 


$ 


17,575.00 


$ 


2,605.00 


$ 


20,180.000 


MCAULIFFE 


DANIEL 


$ 


65,295.09 


$ 


- 


$ 


65,295.090 


BYAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 












MCCARTHY 


GARRETT 


$ 


37,077.77 


$ 


5,216.00 


$ 


42,293.770 


ALLARD 


DONNA 


$ 


63,724.92 


$ 


. 


$ 


63,724.920 


MCCLURE 


STEPHEN 


$ 


66,641.12 


$ 


- 


$ 


66,641.120 


BABSON 


KRISTIN 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 


. 


$ 


63,786.060 


MILAN 


NEAL 


$ 


65,295.09 


$ 


1,551.00 


$ 


66,846.090 


BAIN 


JACLYN 


$ 


36,060.15 


$ 


- 


$ 


36,060.150 


MORTON 


LISA 


$ 


65,295.10 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


66,373.100 


BARRETT 


BEVERLY 


$ 


20,841.79 


$ 


- 


$ 


20,841.790 


NICHOLS 


LINDA 


$ 


68,041.05 


$ 


2,605.00 


$ 


70,646.050 


BENTLEY 


ALISON 


$ 


16,540.44 


$ 


. 


$ 


16,540.440 


NOVAK 


KATIE 


$ 


47,087.61 


$ 


1,165.00 


$ 


48,252.610 


BLUMBERG 


JANE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


O'BRIEN INZ 


SUSAN 


$ 


72,391.95 


$ 


- 


$ 


72,391.950 


BRAWN 


LYNDA 


$ 


17,575.00 


$ 


2,605.00 


$ 


20,180.000 


PACZKOWSKI 


ANNEMARIE 


$ 


46,808.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


46,808.060 


CAMACHO 


DEBORAH 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


824.00 


$ 


18,085.580 


PARKS 


ANGELA 


$ 


66,641.12 


$ 


- 


$ 


66,641.120 


CARSON 


SARAH 


$ 


56,844.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


56,844.060 


PARKS 


JEFFERY 


$ 


89,397.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


89,397.100 


CASTON- 


MARY 


$ 


18,220.62 


$ 


824.00 


$ 


19,044.620 


PAUL 


LYNN 


$ 


6,431.46 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,431.460 


GUAY 
















PERSICHETTI 


MARGARET 


$ 


6,605.22 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,605.220 


CELLA 


ALLISON 


$ 


16,540.44 


$ 


997.12 


$ 


17,537.560 


PHELAN 


JAYNE 


$ 


2,005.14 


$ 


1,764.71 


$ 


3,769.850 


CIULLA 


REBECCA 


$ 


60.80 


$ 


- 


$ 


60.800 


POPKIN 


KARA 


$ 


50,592.80 


$ 


3,950.12 


$ 


54,542.920 


COHAN 


MARCIA 


$ 


16,881.48 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,881.480 


PROVOST 


GUY 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


300.00 


$ 


61,447.060 


CORLISS 


KRISTINE 


$ 


7,006.47 


$ 


32.12 


$ 


7,038.590 


QUINN 


SEAN 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


61,147.060 


CORMACK- 


MARIE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


69,118.960 


RAINIS 


DENISE 


$ 104,205.92 


$ 


- 


$ 104,205.920 


O'DONNELL 
































COSTELLO 


BARBARA 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


1,736.00 


$ 


65,460.960 


PAGE 34 


















FY 2 


01 


ANNUAL REPORT 



TOWN ADMINISTRATION 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


CUIPA 


KATELYN 


$ 


58,509.88 


s 


5,200.53 


$ 


63,710.410 


DALEY 


ALEXANDRA 


$ 


6,894.48 


$ 


2,346.75 


$ 


9,241.230 


DAY 


CATHY 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


DELAIRE 


NICHOLE 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


2,959.10 


$ 


53,551.980 


DOSSIN 


ANNE 


$ 


31,430.36 


$ 


2,003.36 


$ 


33,433.720 


FARREN 


MARIANNE 


$ 


16,540.44 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,540.440 


FAY 


DEBORAH 


$ 


47,952.03 


$ 


1,859.16 


$ 


49,811.190 


FEENEY 


KATHRYN 


$ 


55,870.10 


$ 


4.684.00 


$ 


60,554.100 


FIORE 


HEATHER 


$ 


45,310.98 


$ 


- 


$ 


45,310.980 


FITZGERALD 


PATRICIA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


FOTTLER 


MELODY 


$ 


7,137.60 


$ 


109.52 


$ 


7,247.120 


GAUDINO 


DIANE 


$ 


16,940.22 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,940.220 


GERA 


SONIA 


$ 


5,787.88 


$ 


598.96 


$ 


6,386.840 


GILMORE 


JANE 


s 


98,632.04 


$ 


- 


$ 


98,632.040 


GOFF 


MICHAEL 


$ 


16,940.22 


$ 


6,556.23 


$ 


23,496.450 


GRASSELLO 


BRENDA 


$ 


35.76 


$ 


- 


$ 


35.760 


GRIDLEY 


MELISSA 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


50,592.880 


HARRIS 


KATHERINE 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


51,670.880 


HAVENER 


LYNN 


$ 


4,173.12 


$ 


3,359.48 


$ 


7,532.600 


HICKS 


MEGHANNE 


$ 


55,870.10 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


56,948.100 


HOGAN 


MEGHAN 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


58,509.880 


JOOS 


DARLEEN 


$ 


71,914.92 


$ 


- 


s 


71,914.920 


KRAFSIG 


JENNIFER 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


1,957.00 


$ 


63,104.060 


KULIS 


LORI 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


5,668.46 


$ 


64,178.340 


LANDINE 


JENNIFER 


$ 


692.31 


$ 


- 


$ 


692.310 


LEGG 


JANET 


$ 


20,136.90 


$ 


2,959.07 


$ 


23,095.970 


LEMIEUX 


MAUREEN 


$ 


3,780.36 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,780.360 


MACARTHUR 


DAWN 


$ 


6,650.46 


$ 


66.20 


$ 


6,716.660 


MACDONALD 


CAROL 


$ 


17,195.81 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,195.810 


MACKEY 


ROGER 


$ 


37,731.20 


$ 


503.39 


$ 


38,234.590 


MADDEN 


BARBARA 


$ 


17,474.46 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,474.460 


MAGUIRE 


ELEN 


$ 


45,310.98 


$ 


- 


s 


45,310.980 


MALOOF 


CHRISTINE 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


450.00 


$ 


70,750.100 


MARINARO 


LINDA 


$ 


7,222.95 


$ 


- 


$ 


7,222.950 


MARSH 


KRISTY 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


58,509.880 


MCDERMOTT 


VALERIE 


$ 


333.12 


$ 


- 


$ 


333.120 


MCDONALD 


KATHY-ANN 


$ 


11,740.18 


$ 


- 


$ 


11,740.180 


MURPHY 


STELLA 


$ 


11,208.75 


$ 


1,187.49 


$ 


12,396.240 


NASH 


KRJSTINA 


$ 


42,669.90 


$ 


127.51 


$ 


42,797.410 


O'GORMAN 


MARY 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


64,864.060 


PAPPAFAGOS 


MARGARET 


$ 


68,041.05 


$ 


1,736.00 


$ 


69,777.050 


PAROYIAN 


EMMA 


s 


7,478.40 


$ 


577.28 


$ 


8,055.680 



LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


QUINN 


PATRICIA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


RALLS 


CATHERINE 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


63,786.060 


RATHJE 


PATRICIA 


$ 


5,746.80 


$ 


- 


$ 


5,746.800 


SAPIENZA 


KIMBERLY 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


3,657.12 


$ 


20,918.700 


SAVOIE 


HENRY 


$ 


37,984.80 


$ 10,805.34 


$ 


48,790.140 


SAWYER 


DAWN 


$ 


55,870.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


55,870.100 


SHEEHAN 


JUSTIN 


$ 


13,780.92 


$ 


- 


$ 


13,780.920 


STUART 


DIANNE 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,261.580 


SULLIVAN 


LAUREN 


$ 


53,231.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


53,231.100 


THOMAS- 


LISA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


BOYLE 
















TICHES 


RENEE 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


2,814.00 


$ 


66,538.960 


WEICK 


DENA 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


63,786.060 


CENTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 












ALVES 


MADALENA 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


70,300.100 


ANDRICO- 


GERALDINE 


$ 


13,190.52 


$ 


1,708.05 


$ 


14,898.570 


POULOS 
















BABON 


WENDY 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,950.56 


$ 


72,250.660 


BYAM 


SHARON 


$ 


4,173.12 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,173.120 


CAFFELLE 


MARY 


$ 


31,430.36 


$ 


750.00 


$ 


32,180.360 


CARTER 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


1,753.00 


$ 


69,793.960 


COLE 


LAUREN 


$ 


16,666.21 


$ 


5,131.68 


$ 


21,797.890 


CONNOLLY 


ELAINE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


COTTER 


DIANNE 


$ 


36,493.56 


$ 


- 


$ 


36,493.560 


CROWELL 


EILEEN 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


4,123.00 


$ 


67,847.960 


CUNNING- 


ALICIA 


$ 


47,533.96 


$ 


1,269.48 


$ 


48,803.440 


HAM 
















DANIELI 


ELIZABETH 


$ 


16,354.17 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,354.170 


DARWIN 


LISA 


$ 


16,540.44 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,540.440 


DESNOYERS 


TERRIE 


$ 


19,734.14 


$ 


- 


$ 


19,734.140 


DOOLEY 


SUSAN 


$ 


66,641.12 


$ 


4,827.60 


$ 


71,468.720 


ERRGONG- 


MEGAN 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


5,201.00 


$ 


55,793.880 


WEIDER 
















FAHEY 


PAULA 


$ 


16,645.66 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,645.660 


FAHY 


KATHY 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


FAY 


ELIZABETH 


$ 


17,610.39 


$ 


692.31 


$ 


18,302.700 


FEE 


SANDRA 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


420.00 


$ 


51,012.880 


FRITZ 


JANET 


$ 


72,991.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


72,991.880 


FYTEN 


ANN MARIE 


$ 


5,148.64 


$ 


570.30 


$ 


5,718.940 


GARERI 


MICHELLE 


$ 


6,998.17 


$ 


273.60 


$ 


7,271.770 


GOLDSTEIN 


JENNIFER 


$ 


55,870.08 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


56,948.080 


GRAFF 


PATRICIA 


$ 


7,222.95 


$ 


18.24 


$ 


7,241.190 


HAMLIN 


JOYCE 


$ 


37,731.20 


$ 


5,188.04 


$ 


42,919.240 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



PAGE 35 



Town Administration 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


HAMLIN 


MARK 


$ 


38,729.60 


$ 18,997.14 


$ 


57,726.740 


HARRINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 










HENRY-COLE 


SALLY 


$ 


70,300.10 


S 19,708.44 


$ 


90,008.540 


ABBOTT 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


17,871.91 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,871.91oJ 


HILL 


KIMBERLY 


$ 


16,726.71 


S 


- 


$ 


16,726.710 


AKER 


AMY 


$ 


59,471.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


59,471.100' 


HOGAN 


SARAH 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 


178.80 


$ 


63,964.860 


ASHDOWN 


LISA 


$ 


53,231.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


53,231.100( 


KALABOKIS 


BETHANY 


s 


8,899.37 


$ 


45.64 


$ 


8,945.010 


BEAUDIN 


BONNIE 


$ 


7,222.95 


$ 


2,638.72 


$ 


9,861.670 (J 


KNIGHT 


BARBARA 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


429.12 


$ 


51,022.000 


BEAUDOIN 


COLLEEN 


$ 


94,752.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


94,752.060 


LABLONDE 


MARY ANN 


$ 


7,368.90 


$ 


9,566.34 


$ 


16,935.240 


BEVINGTON 


DIANNE 


s 


13,647.70 


$ 


- 


$ 


13,647.700 


LEFEBVRE 


KIM 


$ 


16,726.71 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,726.710 


BOYLE 


BARBARA 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


63,724.960 


LOMICKA 


BARBARA 


$ 


18,220.62 


$ 


600.00 


$ 


18,820.620 


BROWN 


E DIANE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


3,536.00 


$ 


71,576.960 


MACKINNON 


SUSAN 


$ 


68,041.05 


$ 


675.00 


$ 


68,716.050 


CAROTA 


MARYLOU 


$ 


31,430.36 


$ 


- 


$ 


31,430.360 


MALONEY 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


2,814.00 


$ 


73,114.100 


CLAPP 


SUSAN 


$ 


17,697.54 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,697.540 


MARA 


KIMBERLY 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


61,147.060 


CODDAIRE 


DEANA 


$ 


7,222.95 


$ 


- 


$ 


7,222.950 


MARCOTTE 


SHARON 


$ 


17,217.99 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,217.990 


CODDAIRE 


ELIZABETH 


$ 


47,543.56 


$ 


1,957.00 


$ 


49,500.560 


MARENGHI 


ROBERTA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


CONNELLY 


JESSICA 


$ 


53,231.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


53,231.100 


MARMO 


ANDREA 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


58,509.880 


COOLIDGE 


MARTHA 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


6,985.96 


$ 


77,286.060 


MCCARTIN 


SALLY 


$ 


4,173.12 


$ 


2,146.30 


$ 


6,319.420 


CRAIG-BRAY 


LAURA 


$ 


72,991.88 


$ 


100.00 


$ 


73,091.880 


MCCAUL 


LINDA 


$ 


8,746.12 


$ 


44.78 


$ 


8,790.900 


DEFREITAS 


BARBARA 


$ 


19,499.97 


s 


1,037.66 


$ 


20,537.630 


MCELHIN- 


DONNA 


$ 


7,332.42 


$ 


392.56 


$ 


7,724.980 


DOBSKI 


AMY 


$ 


54,203.67 


$ 


- 


$ 


54,203.670 


NEY 
















DOHERTY 


KIMBERLY 


$ 


3,293.22 


$ 


200.00 


$ 


3,493.220 


MCMAHAN 


MARIA 


$ 


969.30 


$ 


411.59 


$ 


1,380.890 


GAM BON 


SUSAN 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


. 


$ 


50,592.880 


MCTEAGUE 


JAN 


$ 


71,914.96 


$ 


9,004.09 


$ 


80,919.050 


GAUGHAN 


MARGARET 


$ 


7,031.10 


$ 


. 


$ 


7,031.100 


MINER 


SUSAN 


$ 


16,726.71 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,726.710 


GEROSSIE 


STACEY 


$ 


8,645.07 


$ 


200.00 


$ 


8,845.070 


OLSON 


KRISTEN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


5,286.00 


$ 


73,326.960 


GRAHAM 


KRISTEN 


s 


63,786.06 


$ 


. 


$ 


63,786.060 


OLSSON 


MARYELLEN 


$ 


42,669.90 


$ 


1,957.00 


s 


44,626.900 


GRANGE 


STACY 


$ 


60,978.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


60,978.060 


PIERCE- 
CLARKE 


KARI 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 10,311.99 


$ 


78,352.950 


HOBBY 


AUDREY 


$ 


6,983.97 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,983.970 


POPKIN 
RAYMOND 


JANIS 

CHRISTO- 
PHER 


$ 

$ 


15,206.66 
92,490.06 


$ 

$ 


- 


$ 
$ 


15,206.660 
92,490.060 


KELLY 

KERR 

KIVI 


CYNTHIA 

ELAINE 

TANYA 


$ 
$ 

$ 


14,398.86 

7,480.40 

63,786.06 


$ 
$ 
$ 


91.20 


$ 
$ 
$ 


14,490.060 

7,480.400 

63,786.060 


REINEMANN 


MICHELLE 


$ 


67,701.92 


$ 


- 


$ 


67,701.920 


KOWALIK 


JESSICA 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


2,878.00 


$ 


53,470.880 


ROLLINS 


JOANNE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


1,736.00 


$ 


69,776.960 


LABOSSIERE 


CAROLYN 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


8,778.10 


$ 


72,503.060 


ROSSMAN 


KATHY 


$ 


46,347.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


46,347.000 


LACAVA 


MICHAEL 


$ 


90,474.02 


$ 


- 


$ 


90,474.020 


SANTABAR- 


SUSAN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


436.00 


$ 


68,476.960 


LAFLAMME 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


18,220.62 


$ 


6,919.13 


$ 


25,139.750 


BARA 
















LARIVEE 


CAROLE 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


2,605.00 


$ 


72,905.100 


SHIELDS 


ELLEN 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,498.00 


$ 


71,798.100 


MAHER 


HLISA 


$ 


17,610.39 


$ 10,887.30 


$ 


28,497.690 


SPELLISSEY 


JUDY 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


824.00 


$ 


18,085.580 


MARTIN 


KRISTIN 


$ 


66.045.98 


$ 


- 


$ 


66,045.980 


SULLIVAN 


LYNN 


s 


16,603.02 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,603.020 


MATHEWS 


BETH-ANN 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


50,592.880 


TRAINOR 


DEBORAH 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,261.580 


MCCOR- 


SUSAN 


$ 


16,540.44 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,540.440 


TRUDEL 


CYNTHIA 


$ 


7,222.95 


$ 


- 


$ 


7,222.950 


MACK 
















WASZAK 


ELLEN 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,261.580 


MCMENIMAN 


PAMELA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


WHITE 


DENISE 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,957.00 


$ 


72,257.100 


MEDINA 


JUNE 


$ 


16,912.98 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,912.980 


WINTERS 


MONICA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


1,736.00 


$ 


69,776.960 


NELSON 


RONALD 


$ 


37,731.20 


$ 


5,297.26 


$ 


43,028.460 


YOUNG 


EILEEN 


$ 


19,814.01 


$ 




$ 


19,814.010 


O'BRIEN 


BRENDA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


1,736.00 


$ 


69,776.960 


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fy: 


201 


ANh 


JU 


AL REPORT 



Town Administration 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


OMOBONO 


DONNA 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


64,864.060 


ENGEL 


SHANNON 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


62,225.060 


OS BORN 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


3,835.60 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,835.600 


FRASCA 


STACY 


$ 


51,594.92 


$ 


- 


$ 


51,594.920 


O'SHEA 


ANNE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


FRATUS 


DEBORAH 


$ 


17,871.90 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,871.900 


OTTO 


SUSAN 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,261.580 


GAPHARDT 


KATHY 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


1,736.00 


$ 


72,036.100 


PRICE 


CYNTHIA 


$ 


17,610.39 


$ 


4,179.19 


$ 


21,789.580 


GOULD 


LORRAINE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


PRUSSACK 


AMY 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


70,300.100 


HAMILTON 


LORETTA 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


3,398.72 


$ 


20,660.300 


QUINN- 


NANCY 


$ 


51,594.92 


$ 


3,596.58 


$ 


55,191.500 


HAMILTON 


PATRICIA 


$ 


65,295.10 


$ 


1,165.00 


$ 


66,460.100 


HARRAHY 
















HANNIGAN 


IRENE 


s 


97,632.08 


$ 


- 


$ 


97,632.080 


RUBIN 


LYNN 


$ 


43,722.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


43,722.000 


HARDY 


SARAH 


$ 


65,000.00 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


66,078.000 


SALOMAA 


JOANNE 
PAGAN 


$ 


14,364.61 


$ 


210.00 


$ 


14,574.610 


HODGKINS 


JUDY 


$ 


50,592.88 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


51,670.880 


SANTOS 


DOLORES 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 




$ 


63,786.060 


KENNEY 


ROBYN 


$ 


65,295.10 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


66,373.100 


SAWYER 


ELIZABETH 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


69,118.960 


KILCOYNE 


KAREN 


$ 


68,041.05 


$ 


1,736.00 


$ 


69,777.050 


SKELTON 


MARY 


$ 


63,786.03 


$ 


. 


$ 


63,786.030 


KORESKY 


LESLIE 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


782.80 


$ 


18,044.380 


SULESKI 


MICHAEL 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


_ 


$ 


70,300.100 


KRAUCH 


MARTHA 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


63,786.060 


SULLIVAN 


KELLIE 


$ 


58,359.88 


$ 


715.20 


$ 


59,075.080 


LACASSE 


ALLISON 


$ 


47,952.06 


$ 


5,731.90 


$ 


53,683.960 


SYKES 


JEAN 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


64,802.960 


LANGLEY 


STEPHEN 


$ 


38,729.60 


$ 


3,259.15 


$ 


41,988.750 


TELLO 


DAVID 


$ 


38,729.60 


$ 


9,756.95 


$ 


48,486.550 


MAHONEY 


CAROL 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


2,605.00 


$ 


66,329.960 


TREDEAU 


MARY 


$ 


17,133.42 


$ 


. 


$ 


17,133.420 


MCDERMOTT 


LORI LYNCH 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


VISNIEWSKI 


GALE 


$ 


63,724.96 


$ 


3,683.00 


$ 


67,407.960 


MISCOWSKI 


DEBORAH 


$ 


7,478.40 


$ 


6.08 


$ 


7,484.480 


WOOD 


DONNA 


$ 


17,610.39 


$ 


. 


$ 


17,610.390 


REIDY 


DIANE 


$ 


6,890.94 


$ 


46.77 


$ 


6,937.710 


SOUTH ROW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 










RICH 


LINDA 


$ 


72,991.88 


$ 


- 


$ 


72,991.880 


WURTZLER 


STEVE 


$ 


66,641.12 


$ 


_ 


$ 


66,641.120 


RUHMANN 


MICHELLE 


$ 


63,786.06 


$ 


3,695.53 


$ 


67,481.590 


ADAMSON 


LAURIE 


$ 


18,248.00 


$ 


. 


$ 


18,248.000 


SANBORN 


JENNIFER 


s 


45,310.98 


$ 


3,249.56 


$ 


48,560.540 


ARONIAN 


NANCY 


$ 


17,218.68 


$ 


8,007.36 


$ 


25,226.040 


SMALL 


REBECCA 


$ 


16,540.44 


$ 


- 


$ 


16,540.440 


BACON 


PHYLLIS 


$ 


17,610.39 


$ 


1,516.31 


$ 


19,126.700 


STAGNONE 


ANNE 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


68,040.960 


BALBONI 


MICHELE 


$ 


37,691.20 


$ 


3,632.54 


$ 


41,323.740 


SULLIVAN 


PEGGY 


$ 


31,430.36 


$ 


- 


s 


31,430.360 


BALLERINI 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


29,566.80 


$ 


3,091.51 


$ 


32,658.310 


SUSLOVITCH 


KERI 


$ 


621.60 


$ 


- 


$ 


621.600 


BERG 


BARBARA 


$ 


58,509.88 


$ 


1,078.00 


$ 


59,587.880 


THOMPSON 


SUSAN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


- 


s 


68,040.960 


BOSHAR 


KELLY 


$ 


1,341.60 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,341.600 


TICE 


LISA 


$ 


55,870.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


55,870.100 


BOSSI 


MAUREEN 


$ 


9,235.20 


$ 


_ 


$ 


9,235.200 


TONEY 


DIANNE 


$ 


14,535.78 


$ 


2,834.89 


$ 


17,370.670 


BRAHIM 


MARIA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


. 


$ 


68,040.960 


TRUDEL 


PAULETTE 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


- 


$ 


17,261.580 


BRENNAN 


VICKI 


$ 


17,261.58 


$ 


8,493.92 


$ 


25,755.500 


VASQUEZ 


AUDRA 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


61,147.060 


BURLAMA- 


ELIZABETH 


$ 


2,175.60 


$ 


10.36 


$ 


2,185.960 


WHITE 


MICHELE 


$ 


6,622.05 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,622.050 


CHI 
















WINTERSON 


DENISE 


$ 


70,300.10 


$ 


2,605.00 


$ 


72,905.100 


CAMPBELL 


DENISE 


$ 


20,539.68 


$ 


- 


$ 


20,539.680 


CUSTODIAL STAFF 














CLAUSON 


VERA 


$ 


6,908.35 


$ 


1,475.05 


$ 


8,383.400 


BEARCE 


MATTHEW 


$ 


5,450.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


5,450.000 


CONLEY 


BARBARA 


$ 


43,722.12 


$ 


1,035.94 


$ 


44,758.060 


DOHERTY 


PATRICK 


$ 


357.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


357.000 


CRAIG 


ANNE 


$ 


65,295.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


65,295.100 


DOIRON 


MATTHEW 


$ 


120.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


120.000 


CRISTANTI- 


JANE 


$ 


36,688.08 


$ 


1,004.08 


$ 


37,692.160 


ERSKINE 


ROBERT 


$ 


471.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


471.000 


ELLO 
















FLANDERS 


SCOTT 


$ 


6,955.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,955.000 


DEFALCO 


JENNIFER 


$ 


61,147.06 


$ 


- 


$ 


61,147.060 


GARVEY 


ELINOR 


$ 


507.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


507.000 


DONOGHUE 


ROBIN 


$ 


9,487.92 


$ 


500.00 


$ 


9,987.920 


GILMAN 


KYLE 


$ 


524.00 


$ 


■ 


$ 


524.000 


FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 




















PAGE 37 



TOWN ADMINISTRATION 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


KERR 


EVAN 


$ 


816.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


816.000 


DISTRICT WIDE STAFF 














LATINA 


JAMES 


$ 


510.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


510.000 


ACHESON 


NICOLE 


$ 


- 


$ 


748.46 


$ 


748.460* 


LORD 


KEITH 


$ 


480.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


480.000 


ADAMS 


KELLY 


$ 


- 


$ 


140.25 


$ 


140.2501 


MAFFETONE 


DOUGLAS 


$ 


690.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


690.000 


ALCORN 


MARY 


$ 


- 


$ 


30.00 


$ 


30.000 


MCGUIGAN 


CARLENE 


$ 


387.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


387.000 


ANDROS 


CHRISTO- 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,262.00 


$ 


2,262.000 


PHILLIPS 


DANIEL 


$ 


558.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


558.000 




PHER 














POTTER 


TIMOTHY 


$ 


150.00 


$ 


. 


$ 


150.000 


BADESSA 


LINDA 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,206.00 


$ 


1,206.000 


ROBERTSON 


CRAIG 


$ 


396.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


396.000 


BARALDI 


JENNIFER 


$ 


- 


$ 


5,661.50 


$ 


5,661.500 


SALISBURY 


WILLIAM 


$ 


6,810.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,810.000 


BARRETT 


ELIZABETH 


$ 


11,421.86 


$ 


175.92 


$ 


11,597.780 


STOREY 


PATRICK 


$ 


1,014.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,014.000 


BARRY 


DEBORAH 


$ 


269.50 


$ 


- 


$ 


269.500 


WALDRON 


RICHARD 


$ 


995.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


995.000 


BATES 


DONNA 


$ 


86,166.08 


$ 


- 


$ 


86,166.080 


WHITMAN 


CURTIS 


$ 


360.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


360.000 


BEAURE- 
GARD 


MICHELLE 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,920.00 


$ 


1,920.000 


WOODWARD 


MICHELLE 


$ 


99.00 


$ 




$ 


99.000 


































BERNAZANI 


MICHAEL 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,160.00 


$ 


3,160.000 


WRIGHT 


BRIAN 


$ 


234.00 


$ 


. 


$ 


234.000 


































BISSET 


JACQUELINE 


$ 


- 


$ 


7,456.42 


$ 


7,456.420 


CHIPS PROGRAF 














































BORDONARO 


DEBRA 


$ 


- 


$ 


5,526.25 


$ 


5,526.250 


BARRETT 


ERICA 


$ 


5,358.21 


$ 


- 


$ 


5,358.210 


































BOROYAN 


CARRIE 


$ 


- 


$ 


315.25 


$ 


315.250 


BERRY 


ABBY 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


. 


$ 


68,040.960 


































BOYER 


SARAH 


$ 


- 


$ 


207.00 


$ 


207.000 


BURNS 


FAYE 


$ 


17,980.83 


$ 


998.36 


$ 


18,979.190 


































BRADY 


SHAWN 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,708.00 


$ 


4,708.000 


CAREY 


JANET 


$ 


50,592.99 


$ 


. 


$ 


50,592.990 


































BRITT 


CHARLES 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,486.75 


$ 


2,486.750 


CROWELL 


CHERYL 


$ 


63,724.92 


$ 


. 


$ 


63,724.920 


































BUCKLEY 


SARAH 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,700.00 


$ 


1,700.000 


CUPOLI 


MEGHAN 


$ 


10,754.71 


$ 


. 


$ 


10,754.710 


































BURDA 


SUZANNE 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,883.80 


$ 


6,883.800 


DICROCE 


JODY 


$ 


17,423.70 


$ 


7,664.00 


$ 


25,087.700 


































BYAM 


KRISTA 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,879.07 


$ 


2,879.070 


DUNBAR 


DENISE 


$ 


17,229.73 


$ 


782.80 


$ 


18,012.530 


































CASE 


FLOYD 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,266.85 


$ 


3,266.850 


FARMER 


REBECCA 


$ 


320.50 


$ 


1,019.50 


$ 


1,340.000 


































CASSELS 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


- 


$ 


5,430.00 


$ 


5,430.000 


FORTY 


MARY EL- 


$ 


67,990.96 


$ 


. 


$ 


67,990.960 




















LEN 














CHADWICK 


MEAGHAN 


$ 


- 


$ 


190.50 


$ 


190.500 


HANSEN 


LYNN 


$ 


7,967.12 


$ 


3,612.76 


$ 


11,579.880 


CHARTIER 


KRISTIN 


$ 


48,971.00 


$ 


7,001.00 


$ 


55,972.000 


JOYCE 


FRANCES 


$ 


17,980.83 


$ 


998.36 


$ 


18,979.190 


CLAPP 


STEPHANIE 


$ 


- 


$ 


780.00 


$ 


780.000 


MALENFANT 


CHRISTINE 


$ 


7,960.65 


$ 


. 


$ 


7,960.650 


CLOUTIER 


CECILE 


$ 


- 


$ 


84.00 


$ 


84.000 


MALLERNEE 


CHERYL 


$ 


55,870.10 


$ 


1,126.44 


$ 


56,996.540 


COCHRAN 


CHARLES 


$ 


- 


$ 


140.00 


$ 


140.000 


NEWELL 


PATRICIA 


$ 


13,907.43 


$ 


- 


$ 


13,907.430 


CODY 


RYAN 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,152.00 


$ 


3,152.000 


NUTT 


TAMMIE 


$ 


29,254.94 


$ 


286.08 


$ 


29,541.020 


CRANE 


BRIAN 


$ 


- 


$ 


9,626.75 


$ 


9,626.750 


ODONNELL 


LESLIE 


$ 


17,980.83 


$ 


7.27 


$ 


17,988.100 


CROSBY 


DALE 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,510.00 


$ 


4,510.000 


O'NEILL 


DEBORAH 


$ 


9,757.23 


$ 


1,060.01 


$ 


10,817.240 


CRUZ 


ALEX 


$ 


- 


$ 


240.00 


$ 


240.000 


RATTE 


LISA 


$ 


4,101.50 


$ 


. 


$ 


4,101.500 


DEA 


ELAINE 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,693.50 


$ 


3,693.500 


REID 


DIANNE 


$ 


65,653.90 


$ 


2,054.08 


$ 


67,707.980 


DEAN 


LYNN 


$ 


- 


$ 


486.00 


$ 


486.000 


SLAVICH 


DONNA 


$ 


17,980.83 


$ 


840.83 


$ 


18,821.660 


DECOSTE 


JANET 


$ 


- 


$ 


882.20 


$ 


882.200 


SLOAN 


MELISSA 


$ 


20,563.38 


$ 


. 


$ 


20,563.380 


DEDINSKY 


ELAINE 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,344.50 


$ 


4,344.500 


TALBOT 


AMY 


$ 


7,194.26 


$ 


. 


$ 


7,194.260 


DEFILLIPPO 


DANA 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,735.75 


$ 


4,735.750 


WONG 


LUANN 


$ 


17,753.73 


$ 


. 


$ 


17,753.730 


DEMARY 


JACLYN 


$ 


- 


$ 


478.50 


$ 


478.500 


WORKMAN 


SUZANNE 


$ 


18,344.13 


$ 


721.15 


$ 


19,065.280 


DESHAIES 


EMILY 


$ 


- 


$ 


135.00 


$ 


135.000 


















DESNOYERS 


DAVID 


$ 




$ 


2,088.00 


$ 


2,088.000 


PAGE 38 


















FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



Town Administration 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


DEVINCENT 


MARY 


$ 


- 


$ 


9,433.91 


$ 


9,433.910 


HOULE- 


CARENMA- 


$ 


$ 


2,757.50 


$ 


2,757.500 


DIAZ 


LISA 


$ 


84,012.18 


$ 


. 


$ 


84,012.180 


SAYYED 


RIE 












DION 


PETER 


$ 


. 


$ 


4,000.00 


$ 


4,000.000 


HULETT 


ELIZABETH 


$ 


$ 


50.00 


$ 


50.000 


DION 


SARA 


$ 


- 


$ 


849.00 


$ 


849.000 


HUTCHINSON 


ANNA-LISA 


$ 


$ 


216.00 


$ 


216.000 


DOHERTY 


PATRICIA 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


1 ,078.00 


$ 


69,118.960 


JAMES 


HEATHER 


$ 


$ 


447.00 


$ 


447.000 


DONOVAN 


KRISTIN 


$ 


- 


$ 


172.50 


$ 


172.500 


JOHNSON 


MARY 


$ 


$ 


1,761.50 


$ 


1,761.500 


DOSSIN 


EMILY 


$ 


- 


$ 


499.50 


$ 


499.500 


JUDGE 


DARLENE 


$ 


$ 


1,815.00 


$ 


1,815.000 


DOWD 


BARBARA 


$ 


. 


$ 


60.00 


$ 


60.000 


KAELIN 


NANCY 


$ 


$ 


1,058.91 


$ 


1,058.910 


DREW 


KELLI 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,089.00 


$ 


1,089.000 


KALUKIE- 
WICZ 


CHRISTINE 


$ 


$ 


4,642.00 


$ 


4,642.000 


DUCHARME 


CHRISTINA 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,750.00 


$ 


2,750.000 


KEEFE 


RYAN 


$ 


$ 


3,318.00 


$ 


3,318.000 


DUFFY 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


- 


$ 


693.00 


$ 


693.000 


KEHOE 


TERRY 


$ 


$ 


5,259.00 


$ 


5,259.000 


DUGGAN 


BRYAN 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,043.00 


$ 


4,043.000 


KINGSTON 


TAMMY LEE 


$ 


$ 


6,936.00 


$ 


6,936.000 


ERICKSON 


SHERRILL 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,043.00 


$ 


4,043.000 


KINNETT 


CHARLES 


$ 


$ 


93.75 


$ 


93.750 


FALCO 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


- 


$ 


446.50 


$ 


446.500 


KINNETT 


HARRIET 


$ 


$ 


4,734.75 


$ 


4,734.750 


FARRELL 


NICOLETTA 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,226.50 


$ 


2,226.500 


LABRIOLA 


BRIAN 


$ 


$ 


2,956.00 


$ 


2,956.000 


FLETCHER 


JASON 


$ 


- 


$ 


7,378.00 


$ 


7,378.000 


LANDRY 


NATHAN 


$ 


$ 


3,091.00 


$ 


3,091.000 


FLETCHER 


TARA 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,293.75 


$ 


1,293.750 


LANE 


KATHRYN 


$ 


$ 


1,830.00 


$ 


1,830.000 


FORGUE 


SUSAN 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,93 1 .00 


$ 


2,931.000 


LILLIS 


CANDACE 


$ 


$ 


90.00 


$ 


90.000 


FOURNIER 


TIMOTHY 


$ 


- 


$ 


160.00 


$ 


160.000 


LINNEHAN 


MICHAEL 


$ 


$ 


539.00 


$ 


539.000 


FRECHETTE 


BRANDON 


$ 


- 


$ 


304.00 


$ 


304.000 


LISCIOTTO 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


$ 


1,434.50 


$ 


1,434.500 


FREDETTE 


CAROL 


$ 


99,339.52 


$ 


- 


$ 


99,339.520 


LOTTO 


ALEXANDRA 


$ 


$ 


1,197.36 


$ 


1,197.360 


FREDETTE 


CLEO 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,958.50 


$ 


1,958.500 


LYNCH 


CLAIRE 


$ 105.00 


$ 


6,832.65 


$ 


6,937.650 


GARVEY 


JILL 


$ 


- 


$ 


360.23 


$ 


360.230 


LYONS 


DEBORAH 


$ 


$ 


316.25 


$ 


316.250 


GARVEY 


KALEE 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,490.00 


$ 


2,490.000 


MACDONALD 


GREGORY 


$ 


$ 


3,230.00 


$ 


3,230.000 


GARVEY 


KIERA 


$ 


- 


$ 


308.50 


$ 


308.500 


MACDONALD 


STEPHEN 


$ 


$ 


1,203.00 


$ 


1,203.000 


GAUTHIER 


MICHAEL 


$ 


. 


$ 


300.00 


$ 


300.000 
































MACLAUCH- 


NANCY 


$ 


$ 10,: 


$ 


10,578.610 


GERVAIS 


PAULA 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,626.03 


$ 


1,626.030 


LAN 














HAMILTON 


ELEANOR 


$ 


- 


$ 


8,278.17 


$ 


8,278.170 


MACPHER- 


JANET 


$ 


$ 


339.50 


$ 


339.500 


HAMILTON 


MICHELE 


$ 


- 


$ 


570.31 


$ 


570.310 


SON 














HANLON 


LINDA 


$ 


- 


$ 


720.00 


$ 


720.000 


MARKHAM 


LEEANNE 


$ 


$ 


819.00 


$ 


819.000 


HARDY 


MARY 


$ 


- 


$ 


945.00 


$ 


945.000 


MARSHALL 


MARGARET 


$ 9,062.30 


$ 


- 


$ 


9,062.300 


HARROW 


STEPHEN 


$ 


940.00 


$ 


5,642.00 


$ 


6,582.000 


MASSA 


PHILLIP 


$ 


$ 


2,486.75 


$ 


2,486.750 


HARTSHORN 


CHRISTINE 


$ 


- 


$ 


570.50 


$ 


570.500 


MATHEWSON 


BILLIEJO 


$ 


$ 


1,173.00 


$ 


1,173.000 


HECK 


DEIRDRE 


$ 


- 


$ 


108.00 


$ 


108.000 


MCCALL 


CARRIE 


$ 63,724.96 


$ 


- 


$ 


63,724.960 


HEINEN 


STEPHANIE 


$ 


- 


$ 


240.00 


$ 


240.000 


MCGOWAN- 
GUMP 


MARGARET 


$ 


S 


6,866.88 


$ 


6,866.880 


HIGGINS 


ERIN 


$ 


- 


$ 


33.00 


$ 


33.000 


MCGRATH 


MICHAEL 


$ 


$ 


6,000.00 


$ 


6,000.000 


HILL 


LINDA 


$ 


■ 


$ 


627.00 


$ 


627.000 


METHENY 


MARGARET 


$ 


$ 


1,084.23 


$ 


1,084.230 


HOAR 


SUSAN 


$ 


- 


$ 


362.50 


$ 


362.500 


MICOL 


CHARLES 


$ 


$ 


6,581.00 


$ 


6,581.000 


HOLLADAY- 


DANA 


$ 


- 


$ 10 


$ 


10,075.630 
















HOLLIF1ELD 
















MORIN 


IRMGARD 


$ 


$ 


4,329.73 


$ 


4,329.730 


HOOD-MAR- 


LISA 


$ 


- 


$ 


400.00 


$ 


400.000 


MURPHY 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


$ 


664.25 


$ 


664.250 


TIN 
















MURPHY 


MICHAEL 


$ 


$ 


1,695.00 


$ 


1,695.000 


FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 


















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School Employee Payroll 



LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


MURPHY 


PATRICIA 


$ 


3,971.28 


$ 


284.09 


$ 


4,255.370 


WARSHAF- 


DANIEL 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,085.75 


$ 


4,085.750 


MURPHY 


REBECCA 


$ 


. 


$ 


192.00 


$ 


192.000 


SKY 
















MURRAY 


ELAINE 


$ 


. 


$ 


2,632.50 


$ 


2,632.500 


ZACHRY 


SHIRLEY 


$ 


40,426.68 


$ 


- 


$ 


40,426.680 


NAJM 


DAVID 


$ 


. 


$ 


88.00 


$ 


88.000 


ZAHAROOLIS 


GAIL 


$ 


474.25 


$ 


656.29 


$ 


1,130.540 


NAJM 


IMAN 


$ 


. 


$ 


160.00 


$ 


160.000 


FOOD SERVICE 














ORCHARD 


KATHRYN 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,706.63 


$ 


1,706.630 


AGOSTINO 


MELANIE 


$ 


3,379.59 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,379.590 


PELUSO 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


. 


$ 


824.00 


$ 


824.000 


CHAU 


THUC KINH 


$ 


9,008.89 


$ 


45.64 


$ 


9,054.530 ' 


PERRY 


DANIELLE 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,750.00 


$ 


1,750.000 


FLAVELL 


SHERYL 


$ 


1,424.25 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,424.250 


PETERSON 


SAMANTHA 


$ 


. 


s 


3,152.00 


$ 


3,152.000 


LECLAIR 


ANNEMARIE 


$ 


463.25 


$ 


- 


$ 


463.250 


PIANTAGGINI 


LANCE 


$ 


. 


$ 


539.00 


$ 


539.000 


MCNAMARA 


KELLY 


$ 


54.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


54.000 


PRAY 


KAITLYN 


$ 


. 


$ 


100.00 


$ 


100.000 


MORGAN 


JOHN 


$ 


58,067.10 


$ 


- 


$ 


58,067.100 


PSALEDAKIS 


JONATHAN 


$ 


. 


$ 12,665.00 


$ 


12,665.000 


NEBALSKI 


JOANNE 


$ 


36,160.02 


$ 


- 


$ 


36,160.020 


RANDOLPH 


THERESA 


$ 


. 


$26,411.18 


$ 


26,411.180 


NOLAN 


MELISSA 


$ 


7,909.65 


$ 


97.99 


$ 


8,007.640 


RAPONE 


LEONARD 


$ 


. 


$ 11,499.75 


$ 


11,499.750 


O'BRIEN 


JOAN 


$ 


8,060.68 


$ 


- 


$ 


8,060.680 


REGAN 


AMY 


$ 


. 


$ 


2,200.00 


$ 


2,200.000 


PERRY 


DONNA 


$ 


8,476.16 


$ 


138.60 


$ 


8,614.760 


RILEY 


MONICA 


$ 


. 


$ 11,718.02 


$ 


11,718.020 


PETERSON 


MARYGAIL 


s 


7,930.47 


$ 


43.99 


$ 


7,974.460 


RIVARD 


AMANDA 


$ 


- 


$ 


496.00 


s 


496.000 


PHILLIPS 
MCLEOD 


LAURA 


$ 


7,777.40 


$ 


219.95 


$ 


7,997.350 


ROSS 


BRIAN 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,553.00 


$ 


1,553.000 


RAYBALL 


JULIA 


$ 


607.50 


$ 


. 


$ 


607.500 


ROWE 


LEONARD 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,674.75 


$ 


6,674.750 


TAYLOR 


SUSAN 


$ 


35,368.06 


$ 


. 


$ 


35,368.060 


SEBELIUS 


MELINDA 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,318.00 


$ 


3,318.000 


ZHU 


ZIQI 


$ 


1,306.25 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,306.250 


SHANAHAN 


SANDRA 


$ 


- 


$ 


738.00 


$ 


738.000 


COMMUNTY EDUCATION 














SHEEKS 


LINDA 


s 


- 


$ 


1,323.00 


$ 


1.323.000 


ADAMS 


ALEXANDRA 


$ 


. 


$ 


320.89 


$ 


320.890 


SHIMER 


JOSEPH 


$ 


- 


$ 


102.50 


s 


102.500 


ADAMS 


MICHAEL 


$ 


. 


$ 


3,380.95 


$ 


3,380.950 


SHIMER 


KAITLIN 


$ 


- 


$ 


582.50 


$ 


582.500 


ADAMS 


REBECCA 


$ 


. 


$ 


921.52 


$ 


921.520 


SHOEMAKER 


KATHERINE 


$ 


- 


$ 


31.50 


$ 


31.500 


ADAMS 


ROBYN 


$ 


37,739.94 


$ 


7,794.05 


$ 


45,533.990 


SIMARD 


KELLY 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,353.00 


$ 


1,353.000 


AMBROSINO 


ANDREW 


$ 


. 


$ 


2,999.25 


$ 


2,999.250 


SMITH 


CAROL 


$ 


35,685.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


35,685.000 


ANASTASI 


MARISSA 


$ 


. 


s 


855.00 


$ 


855.000 


SRINIVA- 
SAMURTHY 


KUSUMA 


$ 


- 


$ 


27.00 


$ 


27.000 


BAKER 


MAUREEN 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,320.00 


$ 


1,320.000 


SUNEEL 


SOWMYA 


$ 


_ 


$ 


2,671.00 


$ 


2,671.000 


BEAN 


RAMONA 


$ 


34,112.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


34,112.000 


SYLVIA 


JUDITH 


$ 


. 


$ 


2,475.96 


$ 


2,475.960 


BECOTTE 


AMANDA 


$ 


- 


$ 


868.00 


$ 


868.000 


TALBOT 


MICHAEL 


$ 


57,811.05 


$ 


. 


$ 


57,811.050 


BERNARD 


RUTH ANN 


$ 


- 


$ 


185.44 


$ 


185.440 


TATE-HOW- 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


68,040.96 


$ 


. 


$ 


68,040.960 


BOND 


DEREK 


$ 


- 


$ 


391.00 


$ 


391.000 


ARD 
















BOROYAN 


EDRINA 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,124.75 


$ 


1,124.750 


THOMAS 


JUDITH 


$ 


6,210.00 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,210.000 


BOUCHER 


JESSICA 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,938.00 


$ 


2,938.000 


THOMAS 


MICHELLE 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,827.10 


$ 


1,827.100 


BRODIE 


JULIANNE 


$ 


- 


$ 


152.00 


$ 


152.000 


TRAVERSE 


WENDY 


$ 


21,688.42 


$ 


607.60 


$ 


22,296.020 


BRODIE 


SANDRA 


$ 


12,205.20 


$ 


- 


$ 


12,205.200 


TREAT 


ALEXIS 


$ 


11,647.00 


$ 


35.76 


$ 


11,682.760 


BUCKLEY 


STEVEN 


s 


- 


$ 


198.00 


$ 


198.000 


TUNSTALL 


CHRISTINE 


$ 


24,561.54 


$ 


- 


$ 


24,561.540 


BURNS 


BRUCE 


$ 


- 


$ 


5,035.48 


$ 


5,035.480 


TURLEY 


RUTH 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,000.00 


$ 


1,000.000 


BYAM 


NOELLA 


$ 


- 


$ 


8,670.86 


$ 


8,670.860 


TURNER 


SANDRA 


$ 


- 


$ 


351.00 


$ 


351.000 


CARROLL 


KATHLEEN 


$ 


- 


$ 13,637.20 


$ 


13,637.200 


WARREN 


SALLY 


$ 




$ 


3,919.50 


$ 


3,919.500 


CASSISTA 


GERARD 


$ 




$ 


160.00 


$ 


160.000 



PAGE 40 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



town administration 



School Employee Payroll 




LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


LAST NAME 


FIRST NAME 


REGULAR 


OTHER 


TOTAL 


COLE 


IAN 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,539.26 


$ 


2,539.260 


LENINGTON 


KAREN 


$ 


44,880.35 


$ 


- 


$ 


44,880.350 


COPP 


LYNN 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,859.15 


$ 


1,859.150 


MARTIN 
















CORSINO 


SARAH 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,121.26 


$ 


1,121.260 


LEONARD 


SHANNON 


$ 


- 


$ 


550.38 


$ 


550.380 


CZERLONKA 


JAMES 


$ 


. 


$ 


960.00 


$ 


960.000 


LOSPENNATO 


ALICE 






$ 


2,571.25 


$ 


2,571.250 


DICECCA 


RICHARD 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,370.38 


$ 


1,370.380 


LUCE 


DANIELLE 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,058.75 


$ 


2,058.750 


DIPINTO 


JENA 


$ 


. 


$ 


4,080.00 


$ 


4,080.000 


MANNION 


MELISSA 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,257.50 


$ 


1,257.500 


DISSLER 


NOELLE 


$ 


. 


$ 


73.50 


$ 


73.500 


MARION 


RICHARD 


$ 


- 


$ 


6,226.92 


$ 


6,226.920 


DOHERTY 


PAUL 


$ 


. 


$ 


8,950.25 


$ 


8,950.250 


MARTIN 


COURTNEY 


$ 


- 


$ 


442.00 


$ 


442.000 


DOHERTY 


THERESA 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,582.00 


$ 


1,582.000 


MARTIN 


JOSHUA 


$ 


- 


$ 


477.38 


$ 


477.380 


DUFFETT 


ALBERT 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,830.00 


$ 


1,830.000 


MARTINEC 


NATALIE 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,526.28 


$ 


4,526.280 


DUVAL 


BRITTANIE 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,526.25 


$ 


1,526.250 


MCCARTIN 


JANICE 


$ 


18,082.26 


$ 


5,423.36 


$ 


23,505.620 


ELLIS 


RUTHANN 


$ 


. 


$ 


3,267.21 


$ 


3,267.210 


MCNEILL 


ALLISON 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,190.00 


s 


1,190.000 


FAHEY 


LAURA 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,958.91 


$ 


1,958.910 


MOLL 


ROBERT 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,320.00 


$ 


1,320.000 


FLANAGAN 


DANIELLE 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,830.00 


$ 


1,830.000 


MOORES 


JANE 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,957.00 


$ 


1,957.000 


FLANAGAN 


MARION 


$ 


. 


$ 


4,267.12 


$ 


4,267.120 


MORRISSEY 


HENRIETTA 


$ 


17,918.88 


$ 


1,870.02 


$ 


19,788.900 


FLANNERY 


SHELBY 


$ 


. 


$ 


926.27 


$ 


926.270 


MORRISSEY 


KERRY 


$ 


- 


$ 


952.01 


$ 


952.010 


FRANTISKA 


JOSEPH 


$ 


- 


$ 


660.00 


$ 


660.000 


MOUNTCAS- 
TLE 


CHRISTO- 
PHER 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,111.52 


$ 


1,111.520 


GAMBON 


CHRISTO- 
PHER 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,139.26 


s 


1,139.260 


MULLANE 


ROSE 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,346.64 


$ 


1,346.640 


GAUTHIER 


STEPHANIE 


$ 


23,744.28 


$ 17,479.00 


$ 


41,223.280 


O'BRYANT 


BRIDGET 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,713.76 


$ 


1,713.760 


GORDON 


GAIL 


$ 


14,615.16 


$ 


. 


$ 


14,615.160 


O'BRYANT 


BRITTANY 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,358.63 


$ 


2,358.630 


GRUDINSKI 


AMANDA 


$ 


333.12 


$ 


4,223.44 


$ 


4,556.560 


O'DONNELL 


KAREN 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,231.27 


$ 


2,231.270 


GRUDINSKJ 


DAVID 


$ 


. 


$ 13,259.52 


s 


13,259.520 


ORCHARD 


RACHEL 


$ 


- 


$ 


227.38 


$ 


227.380 


HARTZEL 


LAURIE 


$ 


. 


$ 


120.00 


$ 


120.000 


PARKER 


LUCAS 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,012.00 


$ 


1,012.000 


HILL 


JUDITH 


$ 


503.43 


$ 


2,631.76 


$ 


3,135.190 


PICCIRILLI 


MADISON 


$ 


- 


$ 


420.00 


$ 


420.000 


HOEY 


BETH 


$ 


. 


$ 


6,146.60 


$ 


6,146.600 


PIERCE 


COREY 


$ 


- 


$ 


8,403.09 


$ 


8,403.090 


HOLDEN 


LINDA 


$ 


. 


$ 


600.00 


$ 


600.000 


PIERCE 


JOAN 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,920.62 


$ 


3,920.620 


HOLLEMAN 


CHERYL 


$ 


. 


$ 17,880.90 


$ 


17,880.900 


PIERCE 


JOHN 


$ 


- 


$ 


3,984.37 


$ 


3,984.370 


HOWARD 


JULIA 


$ 


- 


$ 


8.50 


$ 


8.500 


QUATTROC- 
CHI 


MARK 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,830.00 


$ 


1,830.000 


IAROSSI 


BETTY ANN 


$ 


8,633.35 


$ 


337.98 


$ 


8,971.330 


QUINN 


THERESE 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,200.00 


$ 


1,200.000 


KAMINSKI- 
DONAHER 


KIM 


$ 


■ 


$ 


1,920.00 


$ 


1,920.000 


REID 


ERYKA 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,973.14 


$ 


1,973.140 


KATES 


MARCI 


$ 


. 


$ 


2,738.67 


$ 


2,738.670 


ROTONDI 


KATRINA 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,890.00 


$ 


1,890.000 


KELTS 


SYLVIA 


$ 


. 


$ 


3,984.39 


$ 


3,984.390 


SENES 


RENEE 


$ 


- 


$ 


80.00 


$ 


80.000 


KINNEY 


ALICIA 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,680.50 


$ 


1,680.500 


SEXTON 


LAURA 


$ 


- 


$ 


1,382.50 


$ 


1,382.500 


KOETHE 


DALE 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,400.00 


$ 


1,400.000 


SHAW 


JENNIFER 


$ 


12,820.45 


$ 


1,560.04 


$ 


14,380.490 


LACAVA 


JESSICA 


$ 


. 


$ 


1,570.53 


$ 


1,570.530 


SHERLOCK 


RYAN 


$ 


- 


$ 


965.25 


$ 


965.250 


LANGELL 


LORI-ANN 


$ 


30,600.02 


$ 


499.38 


$ 


31,099.400 


SHIMER 


JULIANNE 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,034.00 


$ 


2,034.000 


LAPLANTE 


BETTY 


$ 


38,729.60 


$ 


1,932.15 


$ 


40,661.750 


SILVA 


MARIE 


$ 


18,322.29 


$ 


5,637.64 


$ 


23,959.930 


LEAVITT 


TERRI 


$ 


. 


$ 


3,060.01 


$ 


3,060.010 


SILVIA 


CORNELIA 


$ 


77,598.04 


$ 


- 


$ 


77,598.040 


LEE 


MORGAN 


s 


. 


$ 


840.00 


$ 


840.000 


SIMARD 


KRISTIN 


$ 


- 


$ 


4,731.79 


$ 


4,731.790 


LEFEBVRE 


ALICIA 


$ 


. 


$ 


527.56 


$ 


527.560 


SMITH 


MARIA 


$ 


- 


$ 


442.00 


$ 


442.000 


















SMITH 


MARIEL 


$ 




$ 


3,000.79 


$ 


3,000.790 


FY 2010 / 


ANNUAL 1 


RJEI 


>ORT 




















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TOWN ADMINISTRATION 



School Employee Payroll Town Clerk 




LAST NAME 

SMITH 

SPELLISSEY 

STEWART 

STEWART 

SULLIVAN 

SULLIVAN 

SULLIVAN 

SWEET 

THERRIEN 

THERRIEN 

TURNER 

UPSON 

VALDINOCCI 

VOGLER 

WALSH 

WALSH 

WARREN 

WARREN 

WESTLAND 

WREN 



FIRST NAME 

NICOLE 

SARA 

ANDREW 

ELIZABETH 

MARCIA 

PATRICIA 

STEVEN 

JENNIFER 

MAURA 

ROBERT 

JOAN 

SARABETH 

PATRICIA 

SHANNON 

CHRISTINE 

MICHELE 

JENNA 

WILLIAM 

LINDA 

EDWARD 



REGULAR 



$ 23,744.28 



OTHER 

$ 442.00 
$ 8,877.20 
$ 750.00 
$ 420.00 
$ 80.00 
$12,319.73 
$ 1,000.00 
$ 3,678.00 



$ 34,112.00 $ 

$ - $ 2,280.32 

$ - $ 1,320.00 

$ - $ 323.01 

$ 23,744.24 $ 21.25 

$ - $ 2,415.43 

S 14,758.56 $ 310.19 

$ - $ 4,347.41 

$ - $ 488.25 

$ - $ 1,103.01 

$ 34,112.00 $ 105.00 

S - $ 1,200.00 



TOTAL 

$ 442.000 

$ 32,621.480 

$ 750.000 

$ 420.000 

$ 80.000 

$ 12,319.730 

$ 1,000.000 

$ 3,678.000 

$ 34,112.000 

$ 2,280.320 

$ 1,320.000 

$ 323.010 

$ 23,765.490 

$ 2,415.430 

$ 15,068.750 

$ 4,347.410 

$ 488.250 

S 1,103.010 

$ 34,217.000 

$ 1,200.000 




Sporting Licenses 
Dog Licenses 
Kennel Licenses 
Birth (Inc) 
Deaths 
Marriages 
Intentions 



397 inc 113 free 

3320 

5 

311 

293 

129 

130 



Information above is based on Calendar year January 1, 2009 
to December 31, 2009 



In the Fiscal year beginning July 1 , 2009 through 
June 30, 2010 there had been four elections held 
and three of them were specials. The first was the 
Special Town Election of October 6th. There were 
two debt exclusion ballot questions on the ballot 
asking that the Town be exempt from Prop 2 Vi . 
Question One was to allow the Town to purchase 
the building and property on 9 Alpha Road in order 
to create a DPW Facility. This would enable the 
present Highway Operations Division from Rich- 
ardson Rd, the Sewer Division from various rented 
space and any personnel at the Town Office Build- 
ing to move into and operate from this site. Ques- 
tion Two was to build a new center fire station on 
Town land at the coiner of Wilson and Chelmsford 
St. and close the present Fire Station located on 
North Rd. The result was 6555 registered voters 
turned out and both questions failed. On August 
25th Senator Edward (Ted) Kennedy passed away 
which prompted a December 8th Special State 
Primary, which was followed by a Special State 
Election on January 19th. Scott Brown beat Martha 
Coakley. This result became Massachusetts politi- 
cal history as this was the first time in 47 years that 
a Republican held this seat. On April 6th the Town 
held its annual Town Election which included a 
debt exclusion question asking that the Town be ex- 
empt from Prop 2 X A. The question was to allow the 
Town to purchase the building and property on 9 



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Alpha Road in order to create a DPW Facility. This 
time the question passed after 4,876 voters turned 
out. 

There were three Town Meetings held in this fiscal 
year. The first was a special held on August 1 7th and 
five articles were acted on. The next was the Annual 
Fall Town Meeting of October 1 9th which ended in 
one session and eleven articles were acted on. The 
last was the Annual Spring Town Meeting of April 
26th and an adjourn session of April 29th in which 
nineteen articles were addressed. 



2009 affected this office immensely and many times 
when help was needed the response was great and I 
thank them all very much. I also thank the members 
of my staff Raymonde (Raye) Legrand and Berna- 
dette (Bernie) Gilet for all their support and assis- 
tance on maintaining the services that this office was 
able to provide. As always my heartfelt thanks to all 
the election workers and the various personnel of the 
DPW, Police and School for enabling the Election 
Day process to run smoothly. 

Sincerely, 



Lastly the Town Office personnel are a special group 
of individuals. The cut in personnel in February of 

Board of Registrars 



Elizabeth L. Delaney 
Town Clerk 



Judith A. Olsson, Chairman 

Matthew G. Dulchinos 

Michael E McCall 

Elizabeth L. Delaney Ex Officio 


PRECINCTS 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


TOTAL 


Democrats 


585 


697 


590 


573 


599 


706 


625 


717 


605 


5697 


Republicans 


352 


282 


273 


312 


324 


358 


396 


376 


366 


3039 


Unenrolled 


1510 


1407 


1546 


1446 


1600 


1635 


1690 


1615 


1616 


14068 


Grn/Rainbow 


2 





2 





4 


3 


1 


3 


1 


16 


Libertarian 


4 


9 


7 


7 


9 


12 


10 


4 


3 


65 


Inter. 3rd Party 














1 








1 


1 


3 


Reform 























1 


1 


2 


Socialist 


























1 


1 


Green Party USA 


























2 


2 


Conservative 





1 




















1 


2 


American Indep 





1 





1 





2 





1 





5 
























TOTAL 


2453 


2396 


2419 


2337 


2537 


2716 


2714 


2718 


2603 


22895 



Voting Strength as of December 31, 2009 Enrolled Voters (figures inc inactive votes) 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Town Meeting 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING 
AUGUST 17, 2009 

The following is a condensed version of the action 
taken at the Special Town Meeting. 

The Special Town Meeting of August 17th was 
called to order at 7:35 PM at the Senior Center and 
adjourned Sine die at 1 1:05 PM. There were 144 
Representatives present. Articles 1-5 were acted on. 

ARTICLE 1: Town Manager Paul E. Cohen moves 
that the Town of Chelmsford accept the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 64L, Section 
2(a) to impose a local meals excise tax effective on 
October 1,2009. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried by show of hands 

ARTICLE 2: Town Manager Paul E. Cohen moves 
that the Town of Chelmsford amend its local room 
occupancy excise under the provisions of Massachu- 
setts General Laws Chapter 64G, Section 3A to the 
rate of six percent effective on October 1, 2009. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried by show of hands 

ARTICLE 3: Town Manager Paul E. Cohen moves 
that the Town amend the Fiscal Year 2010 operating 
budget voted under Article 3 of the Spring Annual 
Town Meeting held on April 27, 2009 as follows: 

• Decrease Line Item #2 Municipal Administration 
Expenses by $10,080 

• Decrease Line Item #3 Chelmsford Public 
Schools by $397,063 

• Increase Line Item #4 Nashoba Valley Technical 
High School by $33,534 

• Decrease Line Item #6 Public Safety Personnel 



Services by $150,876 

Decrease Line Item #7 Public Safety Expenses 

by $21,525 

Decrease Line Item #9 Public Works Expenses 

by $36,050 

Decrease Line Item #10 Municipal Facilities 

Personnel Services by $2,000 

Decrease Line Item #11 Municipal Facilities 

Expenses by $6,831 

Decrease Line Item #12 Sewer Commission 

Expenses by $80 

Decrease Line Item #14 Cemetery Commission 

Expenses by $850 

Decrease Line Item #16 Community Services 

Expenses by $4,435 

Decrease Line Item #18 Library Expenses by 

$8,185 

Increase Line Item #19 Benefits & Insurance 

Expenses by $45,000 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 4: Town Manager Paul E. Cohen moves 
that $13,000,000 be appropriated by the Town (i) to 
acquire by purchase, gift, eminent domain, or other- 
wise, four parcels of land, containing a total of 16.97 
acres, more or less, and the 92,844 +/- square-foot 
building thereon located at 9 Alpha Road in Chelms- 
ford, which parcels are shown as Lots 12, 16, 17 and 
18 on Assessors' Map 86, Block 328, and constitute 
the entire premises described in deeds recorded in 
the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Book 
20818, Pages 248 and 250; Book 6126, Page 30; and 
Book 6148, Page 230; and (ii) to fund the design and 
the redevelopment of such land and building into 
a Department of Public Works facility, including 
related appraisal, survey, legal and other costs inci- 
dental and related thereto; that to meet this appro- 
priation the Treasurer with the approval of the Board 



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of Selectmen be authorized to borrow $13,000,000 
under Chapter 44 of the Massachusetts General Laws 
or any other enabling authority; that the Board of Se- 
lectmen be authorized to acquire the said parcels and 
the said parcels are to be held by the Board of Select- 
men for general government purposes; and that the 
Board of Selectmen be authorized to take any other 
action necessary to carry out this project; provided, 
however, that this vote shall not take effect until the 
Town votes to exempt from the limitation on to- 
tal taxes imposed by Massachusetts General Laws 
Chapter 59, Section 2 1C (Proposition 2 V2) amounts 
required to pay the principal of and interest on the 
borrowing authorized by this vote. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

2/3 rd Vote Required 
The Moderator declared that the motion carried by 
recognizing the 2/3rd vote by-law 



ARTICLE 5: Town Manager Paul E. Cohen moves 
that $12,000,000 be appropriated to fund the design 
and construction of a new town center fire station 
headquarters facility on a portion of the 8.69 acre 
parcel of Town-owned land located at the corner of 
Wilson Street and Chelmsford Street identified as 
Lot 5 on Assessors' Map 73, Block 289, including 
related survey, legal, and other costs incidental and 
related thereto; that to meet this appropriation the 
Treasurer with the approval of the Board of Select- 
men be authorized to borrow $12,000,000 under 
Chapter 44 of the Massachusetts General Laws or 
any other enabling authority, that the Board of Se- 
lectmen be authorized to contract for and expend any 
federal or state aid available for the project, provided 
that the amount of the authorized borrowing shall be 
reduced by the amount of such aid received prior to 
the issuance of bonds or notes under this vote; and 
that the Board of Selectmen be authorized to take 
any other action necessary to carry out this project; 
provided, however, that this vote shall not take effect 



until the Town votes to exempt from the limitation 
on total taxes imposed by Massachusetts General 
Laws Chapter 59, Section 21C (Proposition 2 Vi) 
amounts required to pay the principal of and interest 
on the borrowing authorized by this vote. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

2/3 rd Vote Required 
The Moderator declared that the motion carried by 
recognizing the 2/3rd vote by-law 

FALL 2009 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
OCTOBER 19, 2009 

The following is a condense version of the action 
taken at the Annual Fall Town Meeting. 

The Town Meeting of October 19th was called to 
order at 7:35 PM at the Senior Center and adjourned 
Sine die at 10:25 PM. There were 140 Representa- 
tives present. Articles 1-11 were acted on. 

ARTICLE 1 : I move that the Town hear reports of 
the Town Officers and Committees. 
SUBMITTED BY: Board of Selectmen 



ARTICLE 2: I move that the Town appropriate 
from Free Cash the sum of $1,245,184 to the Stabili- 
zation Fund. 
SUBMITTED BY: Board of Selectmen 

Town Manager 

2/3rd Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 3: I move that the Town transfer the 
sum of $32,668 from Special Revenue to the School 
Department, said funding coming from E-Rate reim- 
bursements. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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T0Wfl Meeting - October 19, 2009 continued 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 4: I move that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $10,000 to fund the Community 
Action Program established under Article 12 of the 
April 29, 1996 Annual Town Meeting. The purpose 
of this program shall be to provide matching funds 
to community improvement projects undertaken by 
individuals and/or organizations within the Town of 
Chelmsford. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried by show of hands 



ARTICLE 5: I move that the Town amend the Fis- 
cal Year 2010 operating budget voted under Article 
3 of the Annual Town Meeting held on April 27, 
2009 and amended under Article 3 of the Special 
Town Meeting held on August 17, 2009 as follows: 

• Increase Line Item #2 Municipal Administration 
Expense by $25,000 

• Decrease Line Item #4 Nashoba Valley Technical 
High School by $8,859 

• Increase Line Item #11 Municipal Facilities Ex- 
pense by $75,000 

• Increase Line Item #22 Excluded Debt Service 
by $361,111 

and that the Town raise and appropriate the sum of 
$91,141 and transfer from the Stabilization Fund the 
sum of $36 1,111 to defray Town charges for the fis- 
cal year period July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

2/3rd Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 6: I move that the Town appropriate the 
sum of $30,000 from the Chelmsford Forum special 



revenue fund for the replacement of the center ice 
scoreboard at the Chelmsford Forum. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 7: I move that the Town appropriate 
from Community Preservation Fund Historical Re- 
serve the sum of $25,000 for the exterior restoration 
of the Garrison House, and further to authorize the 
Board of Selectmen to acquire an historic preserva- 
tion restriction. 

SUBMITTED BY: Community Preservation 

Committee 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 8: I move that the Town appropriate 
from Community Preservation Fund Historical Re- 
serve the sum of $20,500 for the exterior restoration 
of the Fiske Barn, and further to authorize the Board 
of Selectmen to acquire an historic preservation 
restriction. 
SUBMITTED BY: Community Preservation 

Committee 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 9: I move that the Town transfer the 
care, custody, management and control of the follow- 
ing described parcel of land along with all easements 
and appurtenances as described below from the 
Conservation Commission for conservation purposes 
to the Board of Selectmen for general municipal pur- 
poses, including the purpose of conveyance, which 
parcel of land is shown as "Parcel W" (the "Parcel 
W") on a plan entitled "Approval Not Required 



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Plan, Map 102 Lots 357-6, 357-8 and 357-14" dated 
July 31, 2009, prepared by Meisner Brem Corpora- 
tion, (the "Plan") containing 4. 1 7 acres, more or less 
along with a permanent, forty (40) foot wide right of 
way access and use easement depicted on the Plan as 
"Easement Area A" and "Easement Area B" (col- 
lectively, the "Easement Area") and which Plan is on 
file with the Town Clerk, and which Parcel W and 
Easement Area B are portions of the Town-owned 
land described as Parcel 2 in a deed recorded with 
the Middlesex North District Registry of Deeds in 
Book 2329, Page 302 and which Easement Area A is 
a portion of Town owned land described as Parcel 1 
in said deed; and that the Board of Selectmen be au- 
thorized to seek legislative approval for such transfer 
and conveyance under Article 97 of the Articles of 
Amendments to the Massachusetts Constitution, such 
transfer to become effective upon the enactment of 
said Article 97 legislation and upon the determina- 
tion by the Conservation Commission that Parcel 
W is no longer needed for conservation purposes 
(noting that the land subject to the Easement Area 
shall remain under the administration, control and 
maintenance of said Conservation Commission with 
all retained rights in the Easement Area for conserva- 
tion and passive recreation use subject to the rights 
of the Chelmsford Water District to use the Easement 
Area to access and use Parcel W); and further that 
the Board of Selectmen be authorized to convey the 
Town Land along with all said rights of way, ease- 
ments and appurtenances depicted on the Plan to 
the Chelmsford Water District on such terms and 
conditions, and for such consideration, which may 
be nominal consideration, as the Board of Selectmen 
deems appropriate, provided that the Chelmsford 
Water District, in consideration for the conveyance 
of the Town Land, shall convey to the Chelmsford 
Conservation Commission, for conservation and 
open space purposes and for nominal consideration, 
the parcels of land shown as "Open Space Parcel 
A" and "Open Space Parcel B" on a plan entitled 



"Hillside Lane Extension 'Definitive Plan' for Sub- 
division in Chelmsford, MA," dated July 1, 1993, 
revised through February 11, 1994, recorded with 
the Middlesex North District Registry of Deeds in 
Plan Book 186, Plan 1, containing in total 4.43 acres, 
more or less. SUBMITTED 

BY: Conservation Commission 

2/3 rd Vote Motion 

carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 10:1 move that the Town transfer the 
care, custody, control, and management of a portion 
of a parcel of Town-owned land as shown on a Plan 
on file in the Office of the Town Clerk, being a por- 
tion of land identified as Lot 1 on Assessors' Map 31, 
Block 111, from the School Committee to the Board 
of Selectmen to be held for the purpose of lease, pro- 
vided that this transfer shall not take effect until the 
School Committee has voted pursuant to Massachu- 
setts General Laws Chapter 40, Section 15A that said 
land is no longer needed for school purposes; and, 
further, in accordance with the provisions of Massa- 
chusetts General Laws Chapter 30B, Section 12 and 
the Town Code Chapter 106, Section 4 Contracts that 
the Town Manager, with the approval of the Board 
of Selectmen, be authorized to enter into a contract 
for a term not to exceed 20 years for the lease of said 
parcel of Town-owned land, including the right of 
access, located in the Billboard Overlay District for 
billboards, signs, and other advertising devices. 
SUBMITTED BY: School Committee 

2/3rd Vote 
2/3 rd vote required hand count taken Yes 82 No 41 
2/Srd is 82 motion carried 



ARTICLE 11: I move that the Town, in accordance 
with the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws 
Chapter 30B, Section 12 and the Town Code Chapter 
106, Section 4 Contracts, authorize the Town Man- 



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ager, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, to 
enter into a contract for a term not to exceed 20 years 
for the lease of all or a portion of a parcel of Town- 
owned land located in the Billboard Overlay District 
identified as Lot 1, on Assessors' Map 11, Block 4 
for billboards, signs, and other advertising devices. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried y by show of hands 



SPRING 2010 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
APRIL 26, 2010 

The following is a condense version of the action 
taken at the Annual Spring Town Meeting. 

The April 26th meeting was called to order at 7:30 
PM at the Senior Center and adjourned at 1 1 :00 PM. 
There were 150 Representatives present. Articles 
1-19 were acted on: 



ARTICLE 1 : I move that the Town hear reports of 
the Town Officers and Committees. 

SUBMITTED BY: Board of Selectmen 

Majority 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 2: I move that the Town amend the Fis- 
cal Year 2010 operating budget voted under Article 3 
of the Annual Town Meeting held on April 27, 2009, 
amended under Article 3 of the Special Town Meet- 
ing held on August 17, 2009; and amended under 
Article 5 of the Annual Fall Town Meeting held on 
October 19, 2009 by transferring from Line Item 
#9A. Snow and Ice Removal the sum of $299,500 to 
the following budget Line Items: 



#2 Municipal Administration 

Expenses: $65,500 

#6 Public Safety 

Personnel Services: $ 1 49,000 

#8 Dept. of Public Works 

Personnel Services: $15,000 

#9 Dept. of Public Works 

Expenses: $13,000 

#11 Municipal Facilities Expenses: $42,000 

#16 Community Services Expenses: $15,000 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 

ARTICLE 3: I move that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate $95,262,618; and transfer $6,000 from the 
Wetlands Protection Act Revolving fund; $2,235,514 
from the Sewer Betterment Fund; $487,310 from 
Sewer User Revenues; and $109,013 from the Child- 
care Revolving Fund to defray Town charges for the 
fiscal period July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011 according 
to the following line items: 



Municipal Administration 

1. Personnel Services: $1,352,716 

2. Expenses: $867,317 
Chelmsford School Department 

3. Expenses: $45,085,662 
Nashoba Valley Technical High School 

4. Assessment: $1,853,897 
Public Safety 

5. Personnel Services: $8,605,127 

6. Expenses: $1,049,151 
Public Works 

7. Personnel Services: $1,466,754 

8. Expenses $3,005,615 



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TOWit Meeting - April 26, 2010 continued 



8A. Snow and Ice Removal 


$1,143,500 


Municipal Facilities 




9. Personnel Services: 


$599,726 


10. Expenses: 


$509,685 


Sewer Commission 




11. Expenses: 


$3,920 


Cemetery Commission 




12. Personnel Services: 


$243,078 


13. Expenses: 


$42,385 



Community Services 

14. Personnel Services: 

15. Expenses: 
Library 

16. Personnel Services: 

17. Expenses: 
Benefits and Insurance 

18. Expenses: 
Debt & Interest 

19. Non-Excluded: 

20. Betterment - Funded: 

21. Excluded: 

SUBMITTED BY: 



$467,676 
$241,940 

$1,066,773 
$405,898 

$17,722,723 

$4,124,953 
$2,235,514 
$6,006,445 



Town Manager 
Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 4: I move that the Town appropriate the 
following sums to operate the Sewer Enterprise for 
Fiscal Year 2011: 






Personnel Services: 


$ 753,079 





Expenses: 


$2,210,582 




Total: 


$2,963,661 




and that $2,593,661 be raised from Sewer Enterprise 



revenues and $370,000 be transferred from Sewer 
Enterprise Fund Retained Earnings. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 5: I move that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate $400,000 to be used as a Reserve Fund at 
the discretion of the Finance Committee for Fiscal 
Year 20 1 1 , as provided in General Laws Chapter 40, 
Section 6. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 6: I move that the Town authorize 
revolving funds under Massachusetts General Law, 
Chapter 44, Section 53E X A for the following depart- 
ments in Fiscal Year 201 1 with expenditures from 
said funds limited to a certain sum as specified dur- 
ing Fiscal Year 201 1 : 

• Town Clerk: The receipts to be credited to the 
fund shall be from the collection of fees from rabies 
clinic, pound and adoption fees. The Town Clerk 
shall be authorized to spend money from the fund for 
the purpose of providing improvements associated 
with the dog pound and programs and expenses as- 
sociated with the licensing of animals. Expenditures 
from the program shall be limited to $10,000 during 
Fiscal Year 2011. 

• Council on Aging: The receipts to be cred- 
ited to the fund shall be from the collection of fees 
from the implementation of a Senior Trip Program. 
The Council on Aging shall be authorized to spend 
money from the fund for the purpose of providing 
transportation necessary for implementing a Senior 
Trip Program. Expenditures from the Senior Trip 



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program revolving fund shall be limited to $300,000 
during Fiscal Year 20 1 1 . 

• Council on Aging: The receipts to be cred- 
ited to the fund shall be from the collection of fees 
from the implementation of a Senior Respite Care 
Program. The Council on Aging shall be authorized 
to spend money from the fund for the purpose of pro- 
viding personnel and expenditures for implementing 
a Senior Respite Care Program. Expenditures from 
the Senior Respite Care Program revolving fund 
shall be limited to $300,000 during Fiscal Year 201 1. 

• Police Department: The receipts to be cred- 
ited to the fund shall be from the collection of fees 
from the sale of used police cruisers. The Police 
Department shall be authorized to spend money from 
the fund for the purpose of purchasing communica- 
tion equipment for newly acquired police cruisers. 
Expenditures from the Police Cruiser revolving fund 
shall be limited to $20,000 during Fiscal Year 201 1 . 

• Inspection Department: The receipts to be 
credited to the fund shall be from the collection of 
fees from the Sealer of Weights and Measures. The 
Inspection Department shall be authorized to spend 
money from the fund for the purpose of administer- 
ing the services of the Sealer of Weights and Mea- 
sures. Expenditures from the Weights and Measures 
revolving fund shall be limited to $9,000 during 
Fiscal Year 2011. 

SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 7: I move that the Town appropriate 
$2,522,000 for the following capital projects: 



FY2011 PROPOSED CAPITAL BUDGET 



Function 


Depart- 
ment / 
Location 


Project 


Expenditure 


Municipal Administration 


Information Technology 


Network Infrastructure, Software 


$130,000 


Disaster Recovery 


$100,000 


Municipal Administration Subtotal 


$230,000 


Public Safety 


Fire 


Fire Engine 5 Refurbish (2000) 


$60,000 


Public Safety Subtotal 


$60,000 


Public Works 


Highway 


Pavement Engineering Survey 


$120,000 


Drainage Improvements 


$100,000 


Sander Truck Replacement 
(1990) 


$130,000 


Backhoe/ Loader Replacement 
(1988) 


$90,000 


Street Sweeper Replacement 
(1999) 


$135,000 


Roadway Improvements 


$200,000 


Sidewalk Construction 


$125,000 


Public Works Subtotal 


$900,000 


Public Facilities 


High School 


Ceiling Replacement (Cafe 1 &2) 


$100,000 


McCarthy Middle School 


Kitchen Floor Tile Replacement 


$100,000 


Parker Middle School 


Floor Tile Replacement 


$145,000 


Harrington School 


Parking Lot, Sidewalks, Curbing 


$150,000 


Westlands Com. Ed. 
Center 


Parking Lot, Sidewalks, Curbing 


$150,000 


Chelmsford Country 
Club 


Safety Net 


$40,000 


Maintenance 


Bucket Truck Replacement 
(1985) 


$65,000 


Public Facilities Subtotal 


$750,000 


Public Education 


Technology 


Thin Clients 


$182,000 


Interactive White Boards 


$150,000 


Digital Foreign Language Lab 


$250,000 


Public Education Subtotal 


$582,000 


CAPITAL PROJECTS TOTAL 


$2,522,000 



And to fund said appropriation, that the Town trans- 
fer $9,531.55 from unexpended bond proceeds under 



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Article 8 of the Annual Town Meeting of April 28, 

2008 which amount is no longer needed to complete 
the project for which it was initially borrowed; trans- 
fer $8,764.35 from unexpended bond proceeds under 
Article 7 of the Annual Town Meeting of April 27, 

2009 which amount is no longer needed to complete 
the project for which it was initially borrowed; and 
that the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board 
of Selectmen, borrow an amount not to exceed 
$2,503,704.10 under Massachusetts General Laws 
Chapter 44, Sections 7 and 8 or any other enabling 
authority to fund these projects; and that the Board 
of Selectmen be authorized to take any other action 
necessary to carry out these projects. 
SUBMITTED BY: Board of Selectmen 

Town Manager 
Capital Planning Committee 
2/3rd Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 8: I move that $5,000,000 be appropri- 
ated by the Town (i) to acquire by purchase, gift, 
eminent domain, or otherwise, four parcels of land, 
containing a total of 16.97 acres, more or less, and 
the 92,844 +/- square-foot building thereon located 
at 9 Alpha Road in Chelmsford, which parcels are 
shown as Lots 12, 16, 17 and 18 on Assessors' Map 
86, Block 328, and constitute the entire premises 
described in deeds recorded in the Middlesex North 
Registry of Deeds in Book 20818, Pages 248 and 
250; Book 6126, Page 30; and Book 6148, Page 230; 
and (ii) to fund the design and the redevelopment of 
such land and building into a Department of Public 
Works facility, including related appraisal, survey, 
legal and other costs incidental or related thereto; 
that to meet this appropriation the Town appropriate 
the sum of $400,000 from the sale of Town prop- 
erty fund and that the Treasurer with the approval 
of the Board of Selectmen be authorized to borrow 
$4,600,000 under Chapter 44 of the Massachusetts 



General Laws or any other enabling authority; that 
the Board of Selectmen be authorized to acquire the 
said parcels and the said parcels are to be held by the 
Board of Selectmen for general government pur- 
poses; and that the Board of Selectmen be authorized 
to take any other action necessary to carry out this 
project. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

2/3 rd vote 
Moderator declared motion carried by recognizing 
2/Srd vote by-law 



ARTICLE 9: I move that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $15,500 to purchase and install 
replacement exterior doors and entry ways at the 
Westlands School and at the Byam School in order to 
provide handicapped accessible voting locations in 
the schools' gymnasiums. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 10: 1 move that the Town appropriate the 

sum of $150,000 from the Chelmsford Forum special 

revenue fund for the resurfacing of the parking area 

and other landscape improvements at the Chelmsford 

Forum. 

SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 11: 1 move that the Town raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $15,000 to purchase and install 
audible accessible pedestrian crosswalk signals in 
the town center. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



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ARTICLE 12: 1 move that the Town transfer 
$25,000 from the Sale of Graves and Lots to the 
Cemetery Improvement and Development fund. 
SUBMITTED BY: Cemetery Commission 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 13: I move that the Town amend Sec- 
tion 142-6 "Discharge of water "of the Code of 
Chelmsford by identifying the existing text of Sec- 
tion 146-6 as paragraph "A" and adding the follow- 
ing language as paragraph "B": 

B. DISCHARGES TO THE MUNICIPAL 

STORM SEWER SYSTEM 

DEFINITIONS 

Authorized Enforcement Agency The Chelms- 
ford Department of Public Works (DPW), its em- 
ployees, or agents designated to enforce this By-law. 
Best Management Practice (BMP) An activity, 
procedure, restraint, or structural improvement that 
helps to reduce the quantity or improve the quality of 
stormwater runoff. 

Clean Water Act The Federal Water Pollu- 

tion Control Act (33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq.) as may be 
amended from time to time. 

Discharge of Pollutants The addition, from any 

source of any pollutant, or combination of pollutants, 
into the municipal storm sewer system or into the 
waters of the United States or Commonwealth. 
Groundwater Water beneath the surface of the 
ground. 

Illicit Connection A surface or subsurface drain 
or conveyance which allows an illicit discharge into 
the municipal storm sewer system, including without 
limitation, sewage, process wastewater, or wash wa- 
ter, and any connections from indoor drains, sinks, 
or toilets, regardless of whether said connection was 



previously allowed, permitted, or approved before 
the effective date of this By-law. 
Illicit Discharge Direct or indirect discharge to 

the municipal storm sewer system that is not com- 
posed entirely of stormwater, except as exempted in 
Section 5. The term does not include a discharge in 
compliance with an NPDES Storm Water Discharge 
Permit or a Surface Water Discharge Permit, or re- 
sulting from fire fighting activities exempted pursu- 
ant to Section 5.1 of this By-law. 
Impervious Surface Any material or structure on 
or above the ground that prevents water from infil- 
trating into the underlying soil. Impervious surface 
includes without limitation, roads, paved parking 
lots, sidewalks, and rooftops. 
Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) or 
Municipal Storm Drain System or Municipal Storm 
Sewer System A conveyance or system of convey- 
ances (including roads with drainage system, mu- 
nicipal streets, catch basins, curbs, gutters, ditches, 
man-made channels, or storm drains): a) Owned or 
operated by a State, city, town, borough, county, par- 
ish, district, association or other public body (created 
by or pursuant to State law) having jurisdiction over 
disposal of sewage, industrial wastes, storm water, or 
other wastes, including special districts under State 
law such as a sewer district, flood control district, or 
drainage district, or similar entity or an Indian tribe 
or an authorized tribal organization of a designated 
and approved management agency under section 
208 of the CWA that discharges to waters of the 
United States; b) designated or used for collecting or 
conveying storm water; c) which is not a combined 
sewer; d) which is not part of a Publicly Owned 
Treatment Works (POTW) as defined at 40 CFR 
122.2. 

National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System 
(NPDES) Storm Water discharge Permit A per- 
mit issued by the United States Environmental Pro- 
tection Agency or jointly with the Commonwealth 



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that authorizes the discharge of pollutants to waters 
of the United States. 

Non-Stormwater Discharge Discharge to the mu- 
nicipal storm sewer system not composed entirely of 
stormwater. 

Person An individual, partnership, association, 
firm, company, trust, corporation, agency, author- 
ity, department or political subdivision of the Com- 
monwealth or the Federal Government, to the extent 
permitted by law and any officer, employee, or agent 
of such person. 

Pollutant Any element or property of sewage, 

agricultural, industrial or commercial waste, runoff, 
leachate, heated effluent, or other matter whether 
originating at a point or non-point source, that is or 
may be introduced into any sewage treatment works 
or waters of the Commonwealth. Pollutants shall 
include without limitation: a) paints, varnishes, and 
solvents; b) oil and other automotive fluids; c) non- 
hazardous liquid and solid wastes and yard wastes; 
d) refuse, rubbish, garbage, litter, or other discarded 
or abandoned objects, ordnances, accumulations, and 
floatables; e) pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers; 
f) hazardous materials and wastes, sewage, fecal 
coliform and pathogens; g) dissolved and particulate 
metals; h) animal wastes; i) rock, sand, salt, and soils 
with the exception of winter salting and sanding; j) 
construction wastes and residues, and k) noxious or 
offensive matter of any kind. 

Process Wastewater Water, which during manufac- 
turing or processing, comes into direct contact with 
or results from the production or use of any mate- 
rial, intermediate product, finished product, or waste 
product. 

Recharge The process by which groundwater is 
replenished by precipitation through the percolation 
of runoff and surface water through the soil. 
Stormwater Rainfall runoff, snow melt runoff, 
and surface water runoff and drainage. Runoff shall 
mean rainfall or snow melt water flowing over the 
ground surface. 



Surface Water Discharge Permit A permit is- 
sued by the Department of Environmental Protection 
(DEP) pursuant to 3 14 CMR 3.00 that authorizes the 
discharge of pollutants to waters of the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts. 

Toxic or Hazardous Material or Waste Any 

material which because of its quantity, concentra- 
tion, or chemical, corrosive, flammable, reactive, 
toxic, infectious or radioactive characteristics, either 
separately or in combination with any substance or 
substances, constitutes a present or potential threat to 
human health, safety, welfare, or to the environment. 
Toxic or hazardous materials include any synthetic 
organic chemical, petroleum product, heavy metal, 
radioactive or infectious waste; acid and alkali, and 
any substance defined as Toxic or Hazardous under 
G.L. Ch.21C and Ch.21E, and the regulations at 310 
CMR 30.000 and 3 10 CMR 40.0000. 
Watercourse A natural or man-made channel 
through which water flows or a stream of water, 
including a river, brook or underground stream 
Waters of the Commonwealth All waters within the 
jurisdiction of the Commonwealth, including, with- 
out limitations, rivers, streams, lakes, ponds, springs, 
impoundments, estuaries, wetlands, coastal waters, 
and groundwater. 

Wastewater Any sanitary waste, sludge, or septic 
tank or cesspool overflow and process wastewater. 

1 . APPLICABILITY: This By-law shall apply 
to flows entering the municipal separate storm sewer 
system. 

2. RESPONSIBILITY FOR ADMINISTRA- 
TION: The DPW shall administer, implement and 
enforce this By-law. Any powers granted to or duties 
imposed upon the DPW may be delegated in writing 
by the DPW to employees or agents of the DPW. 

3. REGULATIONS: The DPW may promul- 
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of this By-law. Failure by the DPW to promulgate 
such rules and regulations shall not have the effect of 
suspending or invalidating this By-law. 

4. PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES: 

4. 1 : Illicit Discharges. No person shall dump, dis- 
charge, cause or allow to be discharged any pollut- 
ant or non-stormwater discharge into the municipal 
separate storm sewer system (MS4), into a stormwa- 
ter BMP on public or private property, into a water- 
course or into the waters of the Commonwealth. 

4.2: Illicit Connections. No person shall construct, 
use, allow, maintain or continue any illicit connec- 
tion to the municipal storm sewer system, regardless 
of whether the connection was permissible under 
applicable law, regulation or custom at the time of 
connection. 

4.3: Obstruction of Municipal Storm Sewer System. 
No person shall obstruct or interfere with the normal 
flow of storm water into or out of the municipal storm 
sewer system without prior written approval from the 
DPW. 

5. EXEMPTIONS: 

5.1: Discharge or flow resulting from fire fighting 
activities 

5.2: The following non-stormwater discharges or 
flows are exempt from the prohibition of non-storm- 
waters provided that the source is not a significant 
contributor of a pollutant to the municipal storm 
sewer system. 



a. 


Waterline flushing 




b. 


Flow from potable water sources 


c. 


Springs 




d. 


Natural flow from riparian 


habitats and wet 


lands 






e. 


Diverted stream flow 




f. 


Rising groundwater 




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g. Uncontaminated groundwater infiltration as 

defined in 40 CFR 35.2005(20), or uncontaminated 
pumped groundwater 

h. Water from exterior foundation drains, foot- 

ing drains (not including active groundwater dewa- 
tering systems), crawl space pumps, or air condition- 
ing condensation 

i. Discharge from landscape irrigation or lawn 

watering 

j . Water from individual residential car washing 

k. Discharge from dechlorinated swimming 

pool water (less than one ppm chlorine) provided the 
water is allowed to stand for one week prior to drain- 
ing and the pool is drained in such a way as not to 
cause a nuisance or erosion 
1. Discharge from sweet sweeping 

m. Dye testing, provided verbal notification is 
given to the DPW prior to the time of the test 
n. Non-stormwater discharge permitted under a 
NPDES permit or a Surface Water Discharge Permit, 
waiver, or waste discharge order administered under 
the authority of the United States Environmental 
Protection Agency or the Massachusetts Depart- 
ment of Environmental Protection, provided that the 
discharge for which advanced written approval is re- 
ceived from the DPW as necessary to protect public 
health, safety, and welfare, or the environment 
o. Discharge for which advanced written ap- 

proval is received from the DPW as necessary to 
protect public health, safety, and welfare, or the 
environment. 

6. EMERGENCY SUSPENSION OF STORM 

SEWER SYSTEM ACCESS: The DPW may sus- 
pend municipal storm sewer system access to any 
person or property without prior written notice 
when such suspension is necessary to stop an actual 
or threatened discharge of pollutants that presents 
imminent risk of harm to public health, safety, or 
welfare, or the environment. In the event any person 
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the DPW may take all reasonable steps to prevent or 
minimize harm to the public health, safety, welfare 
or the environment. 

7. NOTIFICATION OF SPILLS: Notwith- 
standing other requirements of local, state, or federal 
law, as soon as a person responsible for a facility or 
operation, or responsible for emergency response for 
a facility or operation, has information of or suspects 
a release of materials at that facility or operation 
resulting in, or which may result in discharge of 
pollutants to the municipal storm sewer system or 
waters of the Commonwealth, the person shall take 
all necessary steps to ensure containment and clean- 
up of the release. In the event of a release of non- 
hazardous materials, the reporting person shall notify 
the DPW no later than the next business day. The 
reporting person shall provide to the DPW written 
confirmation of all telephone, facsimile or in-person 
notifications within three business days thereafter. 

If the discharge of prohibited materials is from a 
commercial or industrial facility, the facility owner 
or operator shall retain on-site a written record of the 
discharge and the actions taken to prevent its recur- 
rence. Such reports shall be retained for at lease 
three years from the date of the spill. 

8. ENFORCEMENT: The DPW, or its au- 
thorized agent, shall enforce this By-law, resultant 
regulations, orders, violation notices, and enforce- 
ment orders, and may pursue all civil and criminal 
remedies for such violations. 

8.1: Civil Relief. If a person violates the provisions 
of this By-law, regulation, permit, notice, or order 
issued there under, the DPW may seek injunctive 
relief in a court of competent jurisdiction restraining 
the person from activities that would create further 
violations or compelling the person to perform abate- 
ment or remediation of the violation. 



8.2: Orders. 

A. The DPW or its authorized agent may issue a 
written order to enforce the provisions of this By-law 
or the regulations hereunder, at the expense of the 
violator or property owner which may include: a) 
elimination of illicit connections or discharges to the 
MS4; b) performance of monitoring, analyses, and 
reporting; c) that unlawful discharges, practices, or 
operations shall cease and desist; and d) remediation 
of contamination in connection therewith. 

B. If the enforcing agent determines that abate- 
ment or remediation of contamination if required, 
the order shall set forth a deadline by which such 
abatement or remediation must be completed. Said 
order shall further advise that should the violator or 
property owner fail to abate or perform remediation 
within the specified deadlines, the Town of Chelms- 
ford may, at its option, undertake such work, and 
expenses thereof shall be charged to the violator. 

C. Within thirty (30) days after completing all mea- 
sures necessary to abate the violation or to perform 
remediation, the violator and the property owner 
will be notified of the costs incurred by the Town 
of Chelmsford, including administrative costs. The 
violator or property owner may file a written protest 
objecting to the amount or basis of costs with the 
DPW within thirty (30) days of receipt of the notifi- 
cation of the costs incurred. If the amount due is not 
received by the expiration of the time in which to file 
a protest or within thirty (30) days following a deci- 
sion of the DPW affirming or reducing the costs, or 
from a final decision of a court of competent juris- 
diction, the costs shall become a special assessment 
against the property owner and shall constitute a lien 
on the owner's property for the amount of said costs. 
Interest shall begin to accrue on any unpaid costs at 
the statutory rate provided in G.L. Ch. 59, 57 after 
the thirty-first day at which the costs first become 
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8.3: Criminal Penalty. Any person who violates any 
provision of this By-law, regulation, order or permit 
issued hereunder, shall be punished by a fine of not 
more than $300 per offense. Each day or part thereof 
that such violation occurs or continues shall consti- 
tute a separate offense. 

8.4: Non-Criminal Disposition. As an alternative 
to criminal prosecution or civil action, the Town of 
Chelmsford may elect to utilize the non-criminal 
disposition procedure set forth in G.L. Ch. 40, 2 ID, 
in which case the DPW or authorized agent of the 
town shall be the enforcing person. The penalty for 
the first violation shall be a written warning and/or a 
$100 fine. The penalty for the second violation shall 
be a $200 fine. The penalty for the third and subse- 
quent violations shall be a $300 fine. Each day or 
part thereof that such violation occurs or continues 
shall constitute a separate offense. 

8.5: Entry to Perform Duties under this By-law. To 
the extent permitted by State law, or if authorized by 
the owner or other party in control of the property, 
the DPW, its agents, officers, and employees may 
enter upon privately-owned property for the pur- 
pose of performing their duties under this By-law 
and regulations and may make or cause to be made 
such examinations, surveys or sampling as the DPW 
deems reasonably necessary. 

8.6: Appeals. The decisions or orders of the DPW 
shall be final. Further relief shall be to a court of 
competent jurisdiction. 

8.7: Remedies Not Exclusive. The remedies listed 
in this By-law are not exclusive of any other rem- 
edies available under any applicable Federal, State or 
Local law. 

9. TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS: Resi- 



dential property owners shall have 1 80 days from 
the effective date of this By-law to comply with its 
provisions. 

SEVERABILITY 

It is hereby declared that sections, paragraphs, 
sentences, clauses and phrases of these By-laws are 
severable and if any phrase, clause, sentence, para- 
graph or section of these By-laws shall by declared 
unconstitutional or otherwise invalid by the valid 
judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction such 
unconstitutionality or invalidity shall not effect any 
of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, para- 
graphs and sections of these By-laws. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried by show of hands 



ARTICLE 14: I move that the Town amend the 
Chelmsford Zoning Bylaw, Article XV Floodplain 
District, of the Code of the Town of Chelmsford as 
follows: 

A. Replace Section 195-77 Overlay District; bound- 
aries with the following paragraph: 

The Floodplain District and Floodway District is 
herein established as an overlay district. The under- 
lying permitted uses are allowed, provided that they 
meet the following additional requirements as well 
as those of the Massachusetts State Building Code 
dealing with construction in floodplains. The Flood- 
plain District and Floodway District includes all spe- 
cial flood hazard areas within the Town of Chelms- 
ford designated as Zone A and AE on the Middlesex 
County Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) issued 
by the Federal Emergency Management Agency 
(FEMA) for the administration of the National 
Flood Insurance Program. The map panels of the 
Middlesex County FIRM that are wholly or partially 



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within the Town of Chelmsford are panel num- 
bers 25017C0118E, 25017C0119E, 25017C0138E, 
25017C0231E, 25017C0232E, 25017C0234E, 
25017C0242E, 25017C0251E, 25017C0252E, 
25017C0253E, 25017C0254E, 25017C0256E, 
25017C0258E, 25017C0261E and 25017C0262E 
dated June 4, 2010. The exact boundaries of the 
District may be denned by the 100-year base flood 
elevations shown on the FIRM and further defined 
by the Middlesex County Flood Insurance Study 
(FIS) report dated June 4, 2010. The FIRM and FIS 
report are incorporated herein by reference and are 
on file with the Town Clerk, Planning Board, Inspec- 
tor of Buildings and Conservation Commission. 

B. In Section 195-78 Base flood elevation and 
floodway data, by deleting the reference to "A 1-30" 
in paragraph A; 

C. In Section 195-80 Use Regulations, replace 
Section A-l with the following paragraph: 

( 1 ) Section of the Massachusetts State Building 

Code which addresses floodplain and coastal high 

hazard areas (currently 780 CMR 120.G, "Flood 

Resistant Construction and Construction in Coastal 

Dunes") 

SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

2/3rd Vote 
Moderator declared motion carried by recognizing 
2/3rd vote by-law 



ARTICLE 15: I move that the Town rescind its 
adoption of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 90, 
Section 2OAV2 and accept the provisions of Chapter 
90, Section 20A regarding parking regulations. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried by show of hands 



ARTICLE 16: I move that the Town amend para- 
graph B of Section 1 74-5 Handicapped parking of 
the Code of the Town of Chelmsford by increasing 
the fine from $100 to $200 for unauthorized parking 
of a motor vehicle in a space reserved and designated 
for use by vehicles of handicapped persons, pursuant 
to the authority of MGL c. 40, § 21. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried by show of hands 



ARTICLE 17: I move that the Town hear and act 
on the report of the Community Preservation Com- 
mittee on the Fiscal Year 201 1 Community Preserva- 
tion budget and: 

Appropriate from FY2011 Community Preserva- 
tion Fund revenues the sum of $50,000 to meet the 
administrative expenses and all other necessary and 
proper expenses of the Community Preservation 
Committee for Fiscal Year 201 1; 



and 



Reserve for future appropriation amounts from 
FY20 1 1 Community Preservation Fund revenues as 
recommended by the Community Preservation Com- 
mittee: 

(1) $106,000 for the acquisition, creation and preser- 
vation of open space excluding land for recreational 
use, 

(2) $106,000 for the acquisition and preservation of 
historic resources, 

(3) $106,000 for the creation, preservation and sup- 
port of community housing; 

(4) $622,000 for the Community Preservation Fund 
FY201 1 Budgeted Reserve 



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T0Wn Meeting -April 26, 2010 continued 

All other monies in the Community Preservation 
Fund shall remain undesignated until further recom- 
mendations by the Community Preservation Com- 
mittee and action thereon by the Town Meeting. 
SUBMITTED BY: Community Preservation 

Committee 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 




rized to take any other action necessary to carry out 

this project. 

SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Community Preservation 

Committee 

2/3rd Vote 
Moderator declared motion carried by recognizing 
2/3rd vote by-law 



ARTICLE 18: I move that the Town appropriate the 
sum of $2,560,000 to fund the restoration and pres- 
ervation of the Town Hall, including related survey, 
legal, and other costs incidental or related thereto; 
and to meet said appropriation that the Town transfer 
$444,726 from the Community Preservation Fund 
Historic Preservation Reserve, transfer $715,274 
from the Community Preservation Fund General Re- 
serve, and borrow $1,400,000, pursuant to General 
Laws Chapter 44, Sections 7 or 8, or Chapter 44B, 
Section 1 1 , or any other enabling authority; and that 
the Board of Selectmen be authorized to take any 
other action necessary to carry out this project. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Community Preservation 

Committee 

2/3rd Vote 
Moderator declared motion carried by recognizing 
2/3rd vote by-law 



ARTICLE 19: I move that the Town appropriate the 
sum of $2,850,000 to fund the restoration and pres- 
ervation of the North Town Hall, including related 
survey, legal, and other costs incidental or related 
thereto; and to meet said appropriation that the Town 
transfer $1,450,000 from the Community Preserva- 
tion Fund General Reserve and borrow $1,400,000 
pursuant to General Laws Chapter 44, Sections 7 or 
8, or Chapter 44B, Section 1 1, or any other enabling 
authority; and that the Board of Selectmen be autho- 



ADJOURNED ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
APRIL 29, 2010 

The following is a condense version of the action 
taken at the Adjourned Annual Spring Town Meet- 
ing. 

The April 29th meeting was called to order at 7:30 
PM at the Senior Center and adjourned at 10:30 PM. 
There were 139 Representatives present. Articles 
20-25 were acted on: 

ARTICLE 20: I move that the Town appropriate the 
sum of $75,000 from the Community Preservation 
Fund Community Housing Reserve to the Chelms- 
ford Housing Authority for the creation of Commu- 
nity Housing on a 2 1 ,473 square-foot parcel of land 
that is located at the intersection of Princeton Street 
and Highland Avenue and is identified as Lot 38 on 
Assessors Map 20, Block 50. 
SUBMITTED BY: Community Preservation 

Committee 

2/3rd Vote 
Moderator declared motion carried by recognizing 
2/3rd vote by-law 



ARTICLE 21: I move that the Town appropriate the 
sum of $400,000 from the Community Preservation 
Fund Community Housing Reserve to the Chelms- 
ford Housing Authority for the creation of Commu- 



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Town Administration 



T0Wit Meeting - April 26, 2010 continued 

nity Housing for Veterans on a 17,600 square-foot 

parcel of land that is located at 9 Manahan Street and 

is identified as Lot 4 on Assessors Map 52, Block 

243. 

SUBMITTED BY: Community Preservation 

Committee 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried as amended by show of hands 
(Amended wording in italics) 




ARTICLE 24: No Action taken. The warrant 
article read as follows: 

To see if the Town will vote to amend the Chelms- 
ford Zoning Bylaw, Chapter 195 of the Chelmsford 
Code, by adopting a new article to be known as 
Article XVIV, "Renewable and Alternative Energy 
Facilities" as follows: 

Article XVIV. Renewable and Alternative Energy 
Facilities 



ARTICLE 22: I move that the Town appropriate the 
sum of $80,000 from the Community Preservation 
Fund General Reserve for the purpose of creating a 
new access and parking area on a portion of a 14- 
acre Town-owned parcel of land known as at Sunny 
Meadow Farms identified as Lot 32 on Assessors 
Map 109, Block 421 and constructing an adjoining 
pathway along the length of a 42,455 square-foot 
Town-owned parcel of land identified as Lot 6 on 
Assessors Map 108, Block 393 which is located be- 
tween Robin Hill Road and the Bruce Freeman Rail 
Trail. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Community Preservation 

Committee 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 23: I move that the Town vote appropri- 
ate the sum of $25,000 from the Community Pres- 
ervation Fund General Reserve for the purpose of 
purchasing and installing theatrical lighting for the 
Chelmsford Center for the Arts. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Community Preservation 

Committee 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried by show of hands 



A. Purpose and Intent 

The intent of this article is to provide expedited 
permitting and as-of -right siting of renewable or 
alternative energy facilities within specific zoning 
districts. 

B. Definitions 

Expedited Permitting - application and permitting 
process shall not exceed one year from the date of 
initial application to the date of final approval. If the 
application is complete and a permit is not granted 
within one year, then the application is approved by 
default. 

As-of-right - the facility may proceed without 
the need for special permit, variance, amendment, 
waiver, or other discretionary approval. As-of-right 
may be subject to site plan review, in accordance 
Section 195-104. 

Renewable or Alternative Energy facility - a facility 
that will engage in Research and development and / 
or manufacturing of solar, wind, geothermal, bio- 
mass, fuel cells, biofuels and advanced batteries and 
recharging systems. 

Research and Development Facility - those used 
primarily for research, development, and / or test- 
ing of innovative information, concepts, methods, 
processes, materials, or products. The accessory 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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TOWN ADMINISTRATION 



Town Meeting - a p hi 29, 2010 continued 

development, fabrication, and light manufacturing 
of prototypes, or specialized machinery and devices 
integral to research or testing may be associated with 
these uses. 




to amend the General Code of the Town of Chelms- 
ford by adopting a new chapter entitled "Chapter 25 
Energy Conservation - Stretch Energy Code" as set 
forth below: 



Manufacturing facilities - those used primarily for 
light industry or the manufacture or assembly of a 
product including processing, blending, fabrication, 
assembly, treatment and packaging. 

C. Applicability 

Renewable and Alternative Energy, Research and 
Development and manufacturing facilities shall 
receive expedited permitting and as-of-right siting 
based upon complying with both of the following: 

a. Located within the IA, limited Industrial, 
zoning district and, 

b. Located within existing structures where no 
additions or exterior site modifications, such as park- 
ing lot expansions, are proposed; 

and by amending Article XX , " Terminology" by 
adding the underlined text as follows 

REFUSE INCINERATOR - An engineered appara- 
tus (remainder not included for brevity) 

RENEWABLE and ALTERNATIVE ENERGY FA- 
CILITY - see Article XVIV for detailed definitions. 

RESTAURANT - a building or portion (remainder 
not included for brevity) 



25. Energy Conservation - Stretch Energy Code 

25-1. Adoption. The Town of Chelmsford has 
adopted the provisions of 780 CMR 120.AA (i.e., 
Appendix 120.AA of the State Building Code or the 
"Stretch Energy Code"), as may be amended from 
time to time, in place of the provisions set forth un- 
der 780 CMR 13.00, 34.00, 61.00 and 93.00. 

25-2. Purpose. The purpose of the Stretch Energy 
Code shall be to provide the Town with a more 
energy efficient alternative to the base energy code 
otherwise set forth under the State Building Code. 
SUBMITTED BY: Town Manager 

Majority Vote 
Motion carried unanimously by show of hands 



ARTICLE 26: No Action taken. The warrant 
article read as follows: 

To see if the Town will vote to accept the citizen 
petition presented as written. 
"Property tax paid in a calendar year shall be no 
larger than the amount paid in the year of the resi- 
dent's Social Security Administration Retirement. 
No refunds will be given to those who retired in prior 
years." 
SUBMITTED BY: Citizen Petition 



; or act in relation thereto. 
SUBMITTED BY: 



Town Manager 



ARTICLE 25: I move that the Town vote to adopt 
the "Stretch Energy Code" set forth in the State 
Building Code at 780 CMR 120.AA (i.e., Appendix 
120.AA), as may be amended from time to time, and 



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town administration 



Special Town Election - October 6, 2009 




Prec 1 


Prec 2 


Prec 3 


Prec 4 


Prec 5 


Prec 6 


Prec 7 


Prec 8 


Prec 9 


TOTAL 


QUESTION 1 (DPW) 


Blanks 


5 


5 


4 


2 


10 


12 


2 


4 


1 


45 


YES 


367 


204 


296 


235 


274 


380 


411 


392 


376 


2935 


NO 


369 


219 


379 


328 


396 


491 


489 


452 


452 


3575 


TOTAL 


741 


428 


679 


565 


680 


883 


902 


848 


829 


6555 


QUESTION 2 (FIRE) 


Blanks 


2 





3 





3 


2 





3 


1 


14 


YES 


324 


204 


262 


230 


258 


378 


369 


357 


368 


2750 


NO 


415 


224 


414 


335 


419 


503 


533 


488 


460 


3791 


TOTAL 


741 


428 


679 


565 


680 


883 


902 


848 


829 


6555 



Democratic Special Primary - December 8, 2009 





Prec 1 


Prec 2 


Prec 3 


Prec 4 


Prec 5 


Prec 6 


Prec 7 


Prec 8 


Prec 9 


TOTAL 


SENATOR IN CONGRESS 


Blanks 








1 


2 


1 














4 


Michael E. Capuano 


91 


83 


93 


75 


111 


108 


131 


105 


96 


893 


Martha Coakley 


263 


168 


234 


189 


263 


295 


282 


324 


304 


2322 


Alan A. Khazei 


69 


39 


43 


32 


69 


71 


78 


57 


68 


526 


Stephen G. Pagliuca 


83 


42 


59 


55 


44 


59 


74 


71 


60 


547 


Scott P. Brown 
(Write-in) 











1 








2 





1 


4 


G. Dixon 
(Write-in) 














1 














1 


M. Sherman 
(Write-in) 














1 














1 


John Parker 
(Write-in) 





1 























1 


Write-In 
































Misc 

















1 











1 


TOTAL 


506 


333 


430 


354 


490 


534 


567 


557 


529 


4300 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



PAGE 61 



town administration 



Republican Special Primary - December 8, 2009 






Prec 1 


Prec 2 


Prec 3 


Prec 4 


Prec 5 


Prec 6 


Prec 7 


Prec 8 


Prec 9 


TOTAL 


SENATOR IN CONG 


ElESS 


Blanks 


1 








1 


2 














4 


Scott P. Brown 


204 


129 


160 


146 


169 


192 


241 


213 


184 


1638 


Jack E. Robinson 


8 


9 


18 


16 


6 


27 


10 


19 


8 


121 


Michael E. Capuano 
(Write-in) 





1 








1 








1 





3 


Martha Coakley 
(Write-in) 








1 


1 


1 








1 





4 


Stephen G. Pagliuca 
(Write-In) 


1 


























1 


Glenn Beck 
(Write-in) 








1 




















1 


Write-in 
































Misc 

















2 











2 


TOTAL 


214 


139 


180 


164 


179 


221 


251 


234 


192 


1774 



Libertarian Special Primary - December 8, 2009 






[ Prec 1 


Prec 2 


Prec 3 


Prec 4 


Prec 5 


Prec 6 


Prec 7 


Prec 8 


Prec 9 


TOTAL 


SENATOR IN CONGRESS 


Blanks 
































Michael E. Capuano 
(Write-in) 














2 














2 


Martha Coakley 
(Write-in) 

















1 











1 


Jacqueline Martin 
(Write-in) 

















1 











1 


Write-in 
































Misc 
































TOTAL 














2 


2 











4 



























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FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



Town Administration 



Special State Election - January 19, 2010 






Prec 1 


Prec 2 


Prec 3 


Prec 4 


Prec 5 


Prec 6 


Prec 7 


Prec 8 


Prec 9 


TOTAL 


SENATOR IN CONGRESS 


Blanks 


1 





2 

















1 


4 


Scott P. Brown 


992 


821 


997 


1019 


1020 


1123 


1206 


1116 


1125 


9419 


Martha Coakley 


632 


529 


591 


488 


650 


687 


721 


733 


657 


5688 


Joseph L. Kennedy 


11 


16 


25 


12 


14 


20 


10 


7 


13 


128 


Write-In 
































Misc 


2 


1 


1 





1 


2 


1 








8 


TOTAL 


1638 


1367 


1616 


1519 


1685 


1832 


1938 


1856 


1796 


15247 



Special State Election - January 19, 2010 



Figures in bold italic reflect provisional ballots (6) and Oversea ballots (2) cast on 1/29/10 at 5 PM per MGL 

54 sec 95 




Prec 1 


Prec 2 


Prec 3 


Prec 4 


Prec 5 


Prec 6 


Prec 7 


Prec 8 


Prec 9 


TOTAL 


SENATOR IN CONGRESS 


Blanks 


1 





2 

















1 


4 


Scott P. Brown 


992 


821 


997 


1019 


1020 


1123 


1207 


1117 


1125 


9421 


Martha Coakley 


633 


532 


592 


488 


650 


687 


721 


734 


657 


5694 


Joseph L. Kennedy 


11 


16 


25 


12 


14 


20 


10 


1 


13 


128 


Write-In 
































Misc 


2 


1 


1 





1 


2 


1 








8 


TOTAL 


1639 


1370 


1617 


1519 


1685 


1832 


1939 


1858 


1796 


15255 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Town Administration 



Town Election -April 6, 2010 






Prec 1 


Prec 2 


Prec 3 


Prec 4 


Prec 5 


Prec 6 


Prec 7 


Prec 8 


Prec 9 


TOTAL 


*Candidate for Re-election 


SELECTMAN 3 Year Term (2) 


Blanks 


178 


96 


170 


142 


183 


229 


222 


173 


168 


1561 


Jon H. Kurland 


308 


175 


250 


221 


297 


332 


389 


345 


334 


2651 


Matthew J. Hanson 


349 


225 


326 


264 


391 


408 


475 


388 


395 


3221 


Patricia Wojtas* 


273 


154 


268 


181 


266 


279 


348 


286 


254 


2309 


Write-in 








4 





1 





2 


2 


1 


10 


Misc 
































TOTAL 


1108 


650 


1018 


808 


1138 


1248 


1436 


1194 


1152 


9752 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE 3 Year Term (2) 


Blanks 


229 


137 


200 


156 


232 


255 


264 


213 


204 


1890 


Janet L. Askenburg 


359 


213 


348 


262 


396 


410 


507 


405 


369 


3269 


Evelyn S. Thoren* 


298 


153 


271 


200 


282 


315 


363 


299 


302 


2483 


Tienchia Jack Wang 


222 


146 


199 


189 


228 


267 


301 


277 


276 


2105 


Write-In 





1 





1 





1 


1 





1 


5 


Misc 
































TOTAL 


1108 


650 


1018 


808 


1138 


1248 


1436 


1194 


1152 


9752 


LIBRARY TRUSTEE 3 Year Term (2) 


Blanks 


339 


189 


333 


262 


360 


400 


440 


384 


347 


3054 


Lisa E. Daigle* 


312 


198 


290 


239 


327 


369 


455 


339 


344 


2873 


David M. Braslau* 


277 


116 


176 


153 


242 


245 


295 


219 


228 


1951 


Richard E. Mahoney Jr 


180 


145 


217 


154 


207 


233 


245 


250 


230 


1861 


Write-In 





2 


2 





2 


1 


1 


2 


3 


13 


Misc 
































TOTAL 


1108 


650 


1018 


808 


1138 


1248 


1436 


1194 


1152 


9752 


BOARD OF HEALTH 3 Year Term (1) 


Blanks 


163 


80 


156 


139 


208 


187 


229 


194 


200 


1556 


Earnest Wu* 


390 


243 


351 


265 


357 


435 


487 


401 


374 


3303 


Write-In 


1 


2 


2 





4 


2 


2 


2 


2 


17 


Misc 
































TOTAL 


554 


325 


509 


404 


569 


624 


718 


597 


576 


4876 


SEWER COMMISSION 3 Year Term (2) 


Blanks 


423 


233 


394 


336 


500 


477 


553 


473 


465 


3854 


Jeffrey A. Miller* 


338 


218 


318 


235 


329 


382 


444 


354 


338 


2956 





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FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



Town Administration 



Town Election -April 6, 2010 






Prec 1 


Prec 2 


Prec 3 


Prec 4 


Prec 5 


Prec 6 


Prec 7 


Prec 8 


Prec 9 


TOTAL 


Barry B. Balan* 


341 


198 


304 


236 


302 


384 


435 


362 


345 


2907 


Write-in 


6 


1 


2 


1 


7 


5 


4 


5 


4 


35 


Misc 
































TOTAL 


1108 


650 


1018 


808 


1138 


1248 


1436 


1194 


1152 


9752 


PLANNING BOARD 3 Year Term (2) 


Blanks 


472 


256 


435 


370 


508 


513 


608 


497 


509 


4168 


Susan E. Carter* 


323 


205 


305 


228 


332 


388 


421 


361 


337 


2900 


Edmond N. Roux* 


307 


188 


276 


209 


295 


340 


401 


331 


301 


2648 


Write-in 


6 


1 


2 


1 


3 


7 


6 


5 


5 


36 


Misc 
































TOTAL 


1108 


650 


1018 


808 


1138 


1248 


1436 


1194 


1152 


9752 


CONSTABLE 3 Year Term (1) 


Blanks 


166 


91 


153 


144 


214 


204 


232 


194 


209 


1607 


William E. Spence* 


386 


232 


356 


259 


352 


418 


482 


402 


363 


3250 


Write-In 


2 


2 





1 


3 


2 


4 


1 


4 


19 


Misc 
































TOTAL 


554 


325 


509 


404 


569 


624 


718 


597 


576 


4876 


HOUSING AUTHORITY 5 Year Term (1) 




Blanks 


193 


96 


166 


152 


210 


207 


239 


212 


219 


1694 


Denise Marcaurelle* 


359 


228 


337 


251 


356 


415 


477 


383 


354 


3160 


Write-in 


2 


1 


6 


1 


3 


2 


2 


2 


3 


22 


Misc 
































TOTAL 


554 


325 


509 


404 


569 


624 


718 


597 


576 


4876 


CEMETERY COMMISSION 3 Year Term ( 1 ) 


Blanks 


184 


84 


163 


150 


205 


197 


245 


204 


212 


1644 


Gerald L.Hardy* 


367 


240 


346 


253 


360 


426 


472 


392 


361 


3217 


Write-In 


3 


1 





1 


4 


1 


1 


1 


3 


15 


Misc 
































TOTAL 


554 


325 


509 


404 


569 


624 


718 


597 


576 


4876 


QUESTION 1 






















Blanks 


65 


33 


50 


48 


99 


84 


83 


87 


61 


610 


Yes 


300 


178 


260 


193 


256 


305 


378 


294 


296 


2460 


No 


189 


114 


199 


163 


214 


235 


257 


216 


219 


1806 


TOTAL 


554 


325 


509 


404 


569 


624 


718 


597 


576 


4876 





FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Town Administration 



Town Election -April 6, 2010 




PRECINCT #1 




PRECINCT #3 




PRECINCT #5 




Town Meeting 




Town Meeting 




Town Meeting 




Representatives 




Representatives 




Representatives 




3 Year Term (6) 




3 Year Term (6) 




3 Year Term (6) 




Blanks 


1556 


Blanks 


1221 


Blanks 


1659 


Peggy Dunn* 


300 


Joseph D. Ready 


314 


David P. DiGiovanni 


285 


Kathryn Brough* 


287 


Nancy J. Knight * 


219 


Beverly A. Barrett * 


290 


Kathleen A. Tubridy* 


298 


Jason P. Hanscom* 


232 


Eliane C. Consalvo 


335 


Thomas M. DiPasquale* 


303 


Matthew J. Sheehan* 


207 


Carol A. Kelly-Suleski* 


283 


James P. Lynch* 


276 


David W. Hadley * 


196 


Philip M. Eliopoulos* 


270 


Robert P. Joyce* 


295 


Ruth E. Monahan 


246 


Susan E. Carter* 


286 


Write-in 


9 


Christopher T. Garrahan III 


199 


Write-in 


6 


TOTAL 


3324 


H. Steven Flynn * 


220 


TOTAL 


3414 


Precinct #1 




Write-in 





PRECINCT #6 




unexpired I Year Term (2) 


TOTAL 


3054 


Town Meeting 




Blanks 


466 


Precinct #3 




Representatives 




Patrica E. Dzuris 


338 


unexpired 1 Year Term 


(2) 


3 Year Term (6) 




Timothy S. Mcllvenna 


302 


Blanks 


159 


Blanks 


1905 


Write-in 


2 


Leonard A. Olenchak 


349 


Jeffrey A.Hardy* 


340 


TOTAL 


1108 


Write-in 


1 


Edmond N. Roux 


375 






TOTAL 


509 


Joanne M. Anderson* 


331 


PRECINCT #2 




PRECINCT #4 




Nancy W. Kaelin* 


315 


Town Meeting 




Town Meeting 




Janet G. Dubner* 


360 


Representatives 




Representatives 




Laurie A. Myers 


92 


3 Year Term (6) 




3 Year Term (6) 




(write-in) 




Blanks 


783 


Blanks 


1309 


Michael Rigney (write-in) 


10 


Bernadette Gilet* 


200 


Henry A. Houle* 


234 


Write-in 


13 


M. Janice Spence* 


201 


James H. Comeau * 


209 


Misc 


3 


Bruce H. Clark* 


175 


Helen A. Manahan* 


227 


TOTAL 


3744 


Charles Wojtas 


215 


Raymonde R. Legrand* 


207 


PRECINCT #7 




Karen A. Thorp- 


184 


Daniel J. Sullivan, III* 


229 


Town Meeting 




Dussourd* 




Billy Martin (write-in) 


3 


Representatives 




Jean S. Whiting* 


189 


Kathleen Sullivan 


2 


3 Year Term (6) 




Write-in 


3 


(write-in) 




Blanks 


1355 


Misc 





Write-in 


4 


Regina B. Jackson 


269 


TOTAL 


1950 


TOTAL 


2424 


Linda R. Lowell 
Leonard W. Doolan, III * 


375 
319 


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FY 2010 ANNUAL RE] 


>ORT 



town Administration 




Town Election -April 6, 2010 



Barbara A. Belanger* 


356 


Jodi L. O'Neill* 


433 


James M. Lane, Jr* 


324 


John S. Goffin * 


270 


Kevin E. Porter * 


330 


Paul J. Rigazio 


276 


Write-in 


1 


TOTAL 


4308 


PRECINCT #8 




Town Meeting 




Representatives 




3 Year Term (6) 




Blanks 


1594 


Richard J. Day* 


343 


Alexander W. Gervais* 


334 


Ralph J. Hulslander, Jr* 


334 


Karen M. DeDonato* 


326 


Sean R. Connor* 


319 


S. George Zaharoolis* 


328 


Write-in 


4 


TOTAL 


3582 


PRECINCT '#9 




Town Meeting 




Representatives 




3 Year Term (6) 




Blanks 


1785 


Tienchia Jack Wang 


364 


James W.Young* 


312 


Ednah C. Copenhaver * 


283 


C. Thomas Christiano* 


343 


Francis J. Barre* 


321 


Christine Howard 


14 


(Write In) 




Write-in 


34 


TOTAL 


3456 




'Candidates for Re-election 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Community Development 




Office of Community Development 

Evan Belansky 

Community Development Director 



The Department continued to provide administrative 
and technical staff support to the Planning Board, 
Conservation Commission and Zoning Board 
of Appeals in addition to managing community 
and economic development projects, grant 
administration, coordinating improvements to 
conservation lands, and interfacing with residents, 
developers, and other municipal staff. 

Specifically, the Department provided staffing to the 
Master Plan, Affordable Housing and Open Space 
& Recreation Committees in support of drafting 
updated policy documents. 

The Department continued to manage the Economic 
Development Program; providing dedicated 
staff support to the newly appointed Economic 
Development Commission and the project 
management of Katrina Road. The Department 
works with the Town Manager's office to 
successfully receive additional financial support for 
the redevelopment of Katrina Road from the Mass 
Development and EPA. 

Organizationally, the Department experienced 
significant change. Specifically, the Building 
Department was consolidated into the Department 
and both were relocated to be located side by side. 
In addition, Thaddeus Soule joined the Department 
as the new Conservation Agent / Planner upon the 
resignation of Darren Guertin. 




Community Development Staff 

Evan Belansky 

Community Development Director 

Thaddeus Soule 

Conservation Agent & GIS Manager 

Janet Murphy 

Departmental Assistant 



Planning Board Members 

Ann McGuigan, Chair 

James Lane, Vice Chair 

Colleen Stansfield, Clerk 

Susan Carter 

Robert Joyce 

George Zaharoolis 

Edmond Roux 
Michael Raisbeck 



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Planning Board 

Ann McGuigan, Chair 



The Planning Board is responsible for insuring 
that the development of land in Chelmsford meets 
the criteria set forth in State and local land use 
regulations. The process involves the review of lot 
divisions, definitive and preliminary subdivisions, 
site plans, and special permits. 

Projects Reviewed by the Planning Board 

Site Plans 1 

Special Permits 5 

Definitive Subdivisions 2 

Minor Site Plans 1 

Site Plan Modifications 4 

Approval Not Required Plans 7 

Reflecting the ongoing downturn in the economy, 
in FY 2010 the Planning Board heard only one 
proposal for Site Plan Review, the development of 
the property at 9 North Road as a medical and office 
building. 

Site Plan Approval and Special Permits were granted 
to the North Chelmsford Water District in July, 2009 
as a result of hearings held during FY2008/09 for 
the construction of a public water supply and water 
treatment facility at 55 Richardson Road. 

The Board continues its task of reviewing the 1997 
Master Plan. A Master Plan Committee was formed 
and has held regular meetings receiving input from 
Town departments, boards and committees, along 
with the general public. A draft of a new Master 
Plan Document has been prepared and will be 
published following review and input by various 
boards, commissions, Town departments, and 
members of the public. 




First row: Susan Carter, Ann McGuigan, S. George Zaharoolis, 

Colleen Stansfield 

Second row.Edmond Roux, James Lane, Robert Joyce, Michael 

Raisbeck 

A public hearing on Proposed Amendments to Site 
Plan and Special Permit Regulations and Procedures 
relative to Application Filing Fees, Landscape Plan, 
and Subdivision Filing Fees was held in August 
of 2009. A new fee schedule was discussed and 
approved by the Board reflecting a modest increase 
in some fees and establishing new fees. Specific 
requirements regarding the submission of detailed 
landscaping plans as part of Site Plan Review were 
also reviewed and voted by the Board. 



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Community development 




Master Plan Committee 



James Lane, Chairman 



The town of Chelmsford has a long history of Mas- 
ter Planning which spans more than forty years. Our 
first Master Plan was written in 1963 followed by 
updates in 1975, 1986 and 1996. Under Massachu- 
setts General Laws, Chapter 41, Section 8 ID, the 
Planning Board is required to prepare a Master Plan 
and must have a majority vote of the Planning Board 
approving the completed document before imple- 
mentation. 

A Master Plan will help to establish how the commu- 
nity wants to change over the next 10 years. The Plan 
will set goals and objectives to manage growth and 
change, provide for desired, orderly and predictable 
development, protect environmental resources and 
open space, strengthen local identity through various 
initiatives in the area of cultural, historical, hous- 
ing and economic development, create a framework 
for future policy decisions and provide guidance to 
residents, local boards, permitting authorities, and 
the business community. 

The 2009 Master Plan Committee is made up of nine 
members and in partnership with Northern Middle- 
sex Council of Governments (NMCOG) is approach- 
ing the completion point of the Master Plan update 
process. In February 2009 the committee finalized 
details of the Master Plan consultant's contract with 
NMCOG and planned for the initial public input 
and vision for Chelmsford's future. During the past 
eighteen months, the committee has undertaken an 
extensive public input process in which hundreds of 
Chelmsford residents have participated. The input 
sessions have been entitled Vision Quest 2020 and 
have been geared toward specific elements of the 
plan which cover economic development, hous- 
ing, transportation, land use and zoning, open space 




Pictured from left to right;Seated; Sheila Pichette-Town Meeting 
Member, Linda Prescott-CPC, Jackie Hoonjan-CBA Member, Vivian 
Merrill-Recording Secretary Standing; Dave McLachlan-Con Com, 
Philip Eliopoulos-BOS-Vice Chair, Jim Lane-Planning Board-Chair, 
George Zaharoolis-Planning Board-Clerk, Peter Robson-Citizen s rep, 
Evan Belansky-CDD and Advisor to the Committee 

and recreation, infrastructure and facilities, and 
cultural, historical and natural resource issues. The 
first session held in March 2009 at the Chelmsford 
Senior Center received public input on what the 
town residents' vision of the Master Plan should be. 
The evening consisted of an exercise which provided 
the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats, 
a "SWOT" analysis, for the town. Four additional 
public input sessions followed, one in May 2009 for 
the business community in town, again conducted in 
SWOT format, another in June 2009 which focused 
on the land use/zoning, economic development and 
housing sections. Additionally in June 2009, the 
committee completed the Draft Vision Statement 
and Initial Goal Statements which will continue as a 
working document throughout the remainder of the 
process. In September 2009 public input was taken 
for transportation, infrastructure and facilities for 
the community and our last completed public input 
session was held in October 2009 and focused on 
natural, historical and cultural resources. 



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Master Plan Committee 



The committee has also conducted joint meetings 
with thirty stakeholders in the community which 
virtually covered every board, committee, depart- 
ment and water district in the town to seek addi- 
tional comment and input for the Master Plan. In the 
months ahead we will continue to finalize the draft 
components of the Master Plan. The final public 
input session to review the draft Master Plan Docu- 
ment is scheduled for September 16th 2010 and will 
be essential to the successful development of the 
document. 

Your continued support and participation in this pro- 
cess is critical and the Committee continues to seek 
your input via the following options: 

• Committee meetings are open to the public on 
the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of each month at the 
Town Offices. Each meeting begins with open 
session. 

• Committee has created a blog- http://chelmsford- 
masterplanprocess.blogspot.com 

• Input and Recommendation form found on the 
Town's website - http:www.townofchelmsford. 
us/ 

Thank you to all of the Committee Members and 

NMCOG for all your hard work and dedication the 

past eighteen months and a Special Thanks to the 

residents of Chelmsford for allowing us participate 

in this important part of your future. 

Respectfully, 

Jim Lane, Chairman, Master Plan Committee 

MASTER PLAN COMMITTEE 2009 
MISSION STATEMENT 

The Mission of the Master Plan Committee is to produce 
a 2010 Master Plan, in a manner that is timely, within 
budget, transparent and open to all stakeholders in an 
effort to provide a public process that is collaborative, 



cooperative and coordinated with the goal of achieving 
consensus and endorsement of the issues, goals & objec- 
tives and implementation strategies. 

Goals & Objectives 

1 . Timely 

a. Goal of completing the Master Plan for endorsement 
by the Planning Board and Board of Selectmen no later 
than March 31, 2010 

b. Committee will meet at least twice per month 

c. Committee will appoint sub-committees as needed 

d. Committee will work closely with Northern Middle- 
sex Council of Governments (NMCOG), town staff and 
community resource people 

2. Within Budget 

a. Committee will remain within the approved contract 
with NMCOG 

b. Committee and sub-committees will work with staff 
and community resource people to complete additional 
work outside NMCOG's contract 

3. Transparent & Open process 

a. Presence on Town's website for dissemination of min- 
utes, agendas, and working drafts of documents 

b. Series of public input sessions with NMCOG 

c. Establishment and administration of a BLOG 

d. Direct contact / invitation to stakeholders 

e. Open session at all meetings 

4. Collaborative, Cooperative & Coordinated Process 

a. Outreach to Town Boards & Commissions 

b. Discussions with Town Staff / Technical Advisors 

c. Outreach to community organizations 

d. Forum for education and exchange of ideas 

e. Structured and coordinated process 

5. Consensus 

a. Consensus of the Committee 

b. Endorsement by Planning Board and Board of Select- 
men 

6. Implementation 

a. Develop specific action items and responsible parties 

b. Develop a realistic timetable 

c. Recommend establishing a Master Plan Implementa- 
tion Committee to the Planning Board 

d. Recommend the Implementation Committee review the 
Master Plan document annually. 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Community Development 




Zoning Board of Appeals 



John Blake 
Chairman 



John Blake, Chairman 
Eileen Duffy, Vice Chairman 
Len Richards 
William Gilet 
Joel Luna 

Judy Tavano, Alternate 
Paul Haverty, Alternate 
Charlene Parlee, Alternate 

STAFF MEMBERS: 



Evan Belansky, Community Development Director 
Janet Murphy, Zoning Board Administrator 

The Board of Appeals hears petitions for Variances, 
Special Permits, Comprehensive Permits, and ap- 
peals of the Building Inspector's rulings. 

The Board in FY2010 granted 15 Variances and 7 
Special Permits. One denial of a Special Permit and 
Variance was voted in the case of the application for 
a home occupation on 12 Stedman Street. During 
FY 2010 the Board of Appeals saw a slightly larger 
number of applications for in-law apartments than 
had been the case in previous years. 

A major project that required both a Special Permit 
and a Variance was the North Chelmsford Water 
District Water Treatment Facility on 55 Richardson 
Road. These were granted and construction has 
commenced on the facility. 











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Litigation involving two 40B projects, 311 Littleton 
Road and Princeton at Rivermeadow - 243 Riv- 
erneck Road, were resolved with the Courts. 

Other litigation involving the denial of the home 
based occupation was settled. 



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Inspections Department 

Scott Hammond 
Inspector of Buildings 



Department Personnel: 

Scott D. Hammond, Inspector of Buildings 

Martin J. Allan, Local Inspector 

Kenneth W. Kleynen, Plumbing & Gas Inspector 

Dennis P. Kane, Wiring Inspector 

Amy I. Baron, Departmental Assistant 

The Inspections Department has been very active 
this year enforcing state building codes and local 
zoning regulations. I would like to thank my staff 
for their hard work in maintaining timely and profes- 
sional service. 



The following is a breakdown of new construction 


permits this year: 






Single Family 


Dwellings: 


14 


Two Family Dwellings: 





Multifamily Dwellings: 


1 (37 units) 


Institutional: 







Municipal: 







Commercial: 




2 


Industrial: 







Agricultural: 


Number of 





Type of Permit Permits Issued 


Total Fees 


Building 


957 


$440,858.76 


Wiring 


682 


$ 66,252.60 


Plumbing & Gas 


1276 


$ 53,377.00 


TOTAL: 


2915 


$560,488.36 




In addition to the fees above, the total fees collected 
for sign permits, yard sales, and Certificates of In- 
spection amounted to $8,100.00. 

The Department would like to recognize the retire- 
ment of Anthony Zagzoug and his twenty-two years 
of dedicated service as Building Inspector. With 
that, the Department welcomes Marty Allan as the 
new Local Inspector and unfortunately the release of 
Susan McQuaide as the Zoning Enforcement Agent. 

I would also like to thank the personnel of other 
Town Departments for their cooperation, support, 
and assistance throughout the year. 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Community development 



Open Space Land Stewards 

Phil Stanway 
Lead Steward 










The Chelmsford Open Space Stewardship is an 
independent group of volunteers working with the 
Chelmsford Conservation Commission. It was es- 
tablished in November 2005 by residents who enjoy 
hiking, being productive and doing things outdoors. 
While the Conservation Commission manages and 
protects open space property in the town of Chelms- 
ford, the Stewards maintain and improve the trail 
systems within these open spaces - anything from 
picking up trash and keeping the trails free of fallen 
trees to replacing worn out bridges and kiosks. Stew- 
ards provide a daily presence and ongoing mainte- 
nance so these special properties can be enjoyed by 
all. 






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Community Development 




Conservation Commission 

David McLachlan 
Chairman 

MEMBERS: 

David McLachlan, Chairman 

Chris Garrahan, Vice Chairman 

Marc Gibbs 

Beth Logan 

William Vines 

William R. (Bob) Greenwood (Resigned February 

15,2010) 

Tony Omobono (Resigned June 30, 2010) 

Brian Reidy (Resigned July 31, 2010) 

Thaddeus J. Soule, Conservation Agent/Planner 

During the year three Commissioners resigned, 
Tony Omobono, Brian Reidy and William R. (Bob) 
Greenwood, who served for five, eight, and twenty- 
five years respectively. Tony Omobono 's service is 
greatly valued and his engineering background con- 
tributed significantly to the Commission's review of 
wetlands applications. Brian Reidy 's dedication to 
the Commission is appreciated and his professional 
knowledge helped communicate complex on-the- 
ground construction processes. 

Bob Greenwood is a former Chair of the Commis- 
sion and a longtime dedicated Town volunteer. He 
previously worked for the Board of Health and 
served on the Board of Sewer Commissioners. His 
lifelong citizenship in Town, coupled with 25 years 
of service to the Conservation Commission brought 
consistent knowledge and deep local insight that 
helped protect Chelmsford's wetlands and conserva- 
tion lands. His fair approach to a good, constructive 
discourse reinforces the Commission's belief that 




companies and projects do not negotiate, people do. 
People want to do what is right and best for Chelms- 
ford's environment, but human beings have different 
ideas about how to cooperatively achieve goals that 
peaceably agree with environmental protection. Bob 
Greenwood carried the tradition of preserving the 
open public forum for the discussion of both goals 
and concerns relative to the protection of Chelms- 
ford's wetlands and waterways. The Commission is 
deeply thankful for Bob Greenwood's service. 

In February 2010 the Commission welcomed back 
William Vines, who rejoined the Commission after 
previously serving for ten years. In July 2010 Marc 
Gibbs joined the Commission and one seat remains 
open at the time of writing this report. 

In FY2010 the Conservation Commission completed 
its review and update of the Chelmsford Wetlands 
Bylaw Regulations. The revised Regulations were 



FY 2010 ANNUAL RFPORT 



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Conservation Commission 



continued 



approved by the Commission in April 2010 and 
complement the Bylaw that was approved by Town 
Meeting in 2009. The Regulations address operating 
procedures applicable to the Bylaw including perfor- 
mance standards, application fees, and enforcement 
procedures. New local wetland applications and 
detailed instructions were included in the regulations 
to streamline filing with the Commission and make 
the application process consistent for all Applicants. 
Both the Conservation Bylaw and Regulations are on 
the Commission's website: 

www.townofchelmsford.us/Conservation-Commis- 
sion.cfm 

Phil Stan way and the volunteers of the Chelmsford 
Open Space Stewardship (COSS), http://www.thech- 
elmsfordian.com, continue to maintain and make 
improvements to the Town's conservation reserva- 
tions, Town forests, and other open spaces. 

The Commission's Land Maintenance Donation 
Fund established for the maintenance of conserva- 
tion land grew significantly this past year thanks to 
Joanne Stanway, who hosted the birthday party of 
a lifetime for her husband, Lead Steward Phil Stan- 
way. Donations increased the fund to over $5,000, 
some of which was immediately employed to im- 
prove the community gardens, accessible garden and 
tree nursery located at Sunny Meadow Farm. The 
Commission is very appreciative of this tremendous 
gift to the Town, as well as the many other gifts in 
kind from a number of groups and citizens in Town. 
The volunteerism and "can do" attitude of the COSS 
encourages more individuals to become involved 
with Town-wide cleanups, and special projects, like 
the restoration of the Westlands School Cynthia 
Moores Memorial Park. 

The Community Preservation Committee made 
funds available for improvements and maintenance 
to the Town's open space. Projects included the 




construction of a multiuse trail connecting the Bruce 
Freeman Rail Trail with a new parking area located 
at Sunny Meadow Farm. 

The Conservation Reservations have received gen- 
erous help and support from the Scout Troops and 
Eagle Scouts during the year. Various Scout groups 
have used the reservation land at the Russell Mill 
Pond and Forest Reservation and Red Wing Farm 
Reservation. The Commission appreciates scouts 
who complete civic projects that improve our com- 
munity's use and enjoyment of open space, including 
projects that improved the Chelmsford High School 
Cross Country Trail and created eco-friendly bike 
racks from locally reused cedar trees. 

The COSS Annual Winter Tree Scavenger Hunt was 
held on Conservation Reservations in December 
2009. Many more groups participated this winter and 
twelve teams completed the entire hunt. A special 






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Conservation Commission 



thank you is given to the dedicated volunteers and 
local organizations for decorating trees, including the 
Town, which sponsored a tree at the Cranberry Bog. 

The majority of the Conservation Commission's time 
was devoted to wetlands protection and enforce- 
ment of the State and local Wetlands Bylaws. The 
Commission reviewed over 50 applications under 
the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act and 
Chelmsford Wetlands Bylaw during FY2010. This 
does not include Enforcement Orders, Conservation 
Restrictions, or local petitions to utilize conservation 
reservations. 

The following is a breakdown of wetlands permit ap- 
plications for Fiscal Year 2010: 

Application FY10 

Request for Determination of Applicability 21 

Notice of Intent 19 

Request for Certificate of Compliance 1 1 

Request for Extension Permit 1 

Total 52 





FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



PAGE 11 




Community Development 



Community Preservation Committee 

Robert Morse 
Chairman 



The Community Preservation Act (CPA) provides 
a source of funding for Open Space Preservation, 
Historic Preservation and Affordable Housing. For 
FY2010, approximately $1.05 million dollars was 
collected under the CPA, a combination of property 
tax surcharge and state matching funds. 

The first $100,000 of property value is exempted 
from the surcharge calculations lowering the sur- 
charge for the typical residential homeowner to less 
than $50. There are two full exemptions from the 
CPA surcharge that can be applied for; Moderate in- 
come Seniors (2009 - $70,720 - family of two), and 
any property owner meeting the Low income limit 
(2009- $70,720 - family of four). 

Fall Town meeting saw the passage of a warrant 
article that provided $50,000 of funding for Historic 
Preservation at the Barrett-Byam House. The fund- 
ing was used for structural repairs, a new roof for the 
homestead, climate control for the Historic archives 
museum, and a document scanning and storage sys- 
tem. 

Spring Town meeting brought the successful passage 
of a number of CPA articles. North Town Hall will 
be brought from its current vacant and gutted state to 
a beautiful, useful and fully restored Historic mu- 
nicipal building, complete with full handicap access. 
$2.85 Million dollars of CPA funding was allocated 
by Town Meeting for North Town Hall. 

Town Hall will be fully rehabilitated, with a signifi- 
cant new addition to the back of the building housing 




an elevator that will allow full handicap access to all 
three floors of the structure. $2.56 Million dollars 
of CPA funding was allocated by Town Meeting for 
Town Hall. In a separate warrant article, $25,000 of 
funding was allocated for a theatrical lighting system 
to make the second floor stage useful for theatrical 
productions. 

Affordable Housing will receive an important boost 
with the addition of two new buildings: Eight units 
of veterans housing on Manahan Street and five 
units of family housing on Highland Ave. $400,000 
was allocated for the Manahan Street project, and 
$75,000 for the Highland Avenue project. 

$80,000 of Open Space funding was voted by Town 
Meeting for two recreation related projects at Sunny- 
meadow Farm; Construction of a 32-space parking 
lot for use by the Community Garden and for park- 
ing for the popular Freeman Rail Trail; A bike trail 
access from the parking lot to the Freeman Rail Trail 

The CPC thanks Selectman Clare Jeannotte for her 
year of membership on the Committee. The CPC 
welcomes Selectman Jon Kurland to the Committee. 



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Community Preservation Committee 



For FY 10, the CPC consisted of the following nine 
members: 

Evan Belansky - Director of Community Develop- 
ment 

Clare Jeannotte - Board of Selectmen Appointee 
David Hedison - Housing Authority Appointee 
Rebecca Markey - Citizen Appointee 
Beth Logan - Conservation Commission Appointee 
Robert Morse - Citizen Appointee (Chairman of 
CPC) 

James Pearson - Director - Department of Public 
Works (Parks and Recreation) 
Linda Prescott - Historic Commission Appointee 
(Co-ChairmanofCPC) 

An application for requesting CPA funding for His- 
toric Preservation, Affordable Housing, and Open 
Space and Recreation projects is available at the 
Community Development Department and on the 
Town Web Site. 








Duly reported, 

Robert Morse, Chairman of the Community 

Preservation Committee 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Community Development 



Historical Commission 

George L. Merrill 
Chairman 




Historic District Commission 

Cynthia Acheson 
Chairman 



During the past year, the Historical Commission has 
continued to inventory selected historic structures 
and sites over 75 years old, and supplied historic 
marker signs to homeowners within the inventory 
who desired one. These inventories are placed on file 
locally and with the Massachusetts Historical Com- 
mission, and are also placed on-line at http://www. 
chelmsfordgov.com/CHCwebsite/index.htm. This 
website is loaded with historical features and photo- 
graphs of interest to any Chelmsford resident. 

The Commission continues to be very involved with 
preservation, and is an information resource for con- 
tractors and citizens as they rehabilitate their homes 
and places of business. The Demolition Delay Bylaw 
is a tool used by the Building Inspector and Histori- 
cal Commission to educate owners of historic prop- 
erties about options to demolition. An update to the 
Bylaw went into effect on February 25, 2009, and is 
available on the website. 

The Historical Commission is actively planning sta- 
bilization and restoration work on the 1 802 School 
House next to the Forefathers' Cemetery, using 
funds from the Community Preservation Committee 
(CPC). 



2010 HDC MEMBERS 

Cynthia Acheson, Chairman 

Richard Burkinshaw, Vice Chairman 

Jack Handley 

Kathleen Howe 

b rend a lovering 

Herbert Pitta, Alternate 

Dennis Ready, Alternate 

Debra Belden, Recording Clerk 

The Historic District Commission functions as a 
regulatory commission for the benefit of the Town. 
A small area of the Town's center section is under 
the Commission's authority. The objective of the 
Historic District Commission is to provide an expe- 
ditious application and review relative to the physi- 
cal modifications to the residences and businesses 
within the District. Regular meetings are held on the 
first Monday of each month at the Town Offices. 

During fiscal year 2010, the Commission received 
sixteen (16) applications for review and sixteen (16) 
applications were accepted. Six (6) Certificates of 
Appropriateness and ten (10) Certificates of Non- 
Applicability were issued. One public hearing was 
held. 



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Community development 



Community Action Program Committee 

Eric Groves 
Chairman 




The Community Action Program provides a unique 
source of matching funds for projects that benefit the 
community. The Community Action Program was 
established for the purpose of awarding cash grants 
to individuals and organizations that wish to develop 
civic projects for the benefit and enjoyment of the 
citizens of Chelmsford. Since its inception in 1997, 
the program has awarded over 50 projects funds 
totaling over $60,000. 

Funding for the program is appropriated at Town 
Meeting. 




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201 COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM 
GRANT AWARDS 



2010 CAPC MEMBERS 

Eric T Groves, Chairman 

Beverly Koltookian 

Jane Gibson 

Robert Gibson 

Patricia E Dzuris 

Alan Hamwey 

Carl Silvia 
Joanne Stanway 



Eagle Scout Nicholas Imperillo 

Flag Pole and Memorial Stone 

at Parker Middle School 

$750.00 

Eagle Scout Terrance Sheppard 

Shed for Chelmsford Land Conservation Trust 

at Knoll Larter Field 

$750.00 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Public Education 




Chelmsford Public Schools 

Donald R. Yeoman, Ed.D. 
Superintendent of Schools 

The membership of the Chelmsford School 
Committee in April of 2009 included the following: 
Mr. Angelo Taranto, Chair; Mrs. Evelyn Thoren, Vice 
Chair; Mr. Nick DeSilvio, Secretary; and Members 
at Large, Mrs. Kathy Duffett and Mr. Kevin Porter. 
Central Administration for the Chelmsford School 
Department included the following: Dr. Donald 
R. Yeoman, Superintendent of Schools; Dr. Karen 
Mazza, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum 
and Instruction; Mr. Robert Cruickshank, Business 
Manager; Mr. Bruce Forster, Director of Educational 
Technology and Information Services, and Mrs. 
Dory Toppan, Director of Personnel and Labor 
Relations. 

The School Committee approved the 
Superintendent's recommendation in the spring 
to reduce administrative positions by over 
$200,000 to help balance the budget. Elimination 
and consolidation of administrative positions 
resulted in the remaining administrators taking on 
additional responsibilities. The retirement of veteran 
administrators created opportunities for promotion 
for skillful district administrators ready to face 
new and significant challenges. A new leadership 
team was put in place by the Superintendent. This 
new team included the following educators in 
new positions: Dr. Frank Tiano (promoted from 
McCarthy Principal to Assistant Superintendent 
for Personnel); Ms. Donna Hussey (promoted from 
Coordinator of English/Language Arts to Director 
of Curriculum and Instruction); Ms. Anne O'Bryant 
(promoted from Chelmsford High School Dean to 
Chelmsford High School Principal); Mr. Michael 
LaCava (promoted from Fine Arts Coordinator to 
Chelmsford High School Dean); Mr. Kurt McPhee 




School Committee as of April 2010 - Front row: Janet Askenburg, Kathy Duffett, Nick 
DeSilvio. Back Row: Evelyn Thoren, Angie Taranto, Dr. Donald R. Yeoman 



(promoted from McCarthy Middle School Assistant 
Principal to McCarthy Principal); and Ms. Donna 
Martin (promoted from Social Studies Coordinator to 
McCarthy Middle School Assistant Principal). 

In March veteran Business Manager Robert 
Cruickshank retired. Kathleen McWilliams was 
recruited, selected from a strong field of candidates, 
and appointed to succeed Mr. Cruickshank in March 
as Business Manager. 

Ms. Hussey designed a Literacy Professional 
Development Partnership grant proposal to train all 
elementary professional staff in grades Kindergarten 
through grade 4. Because of her great work, the 
district was awarded $50,000 in training monies, 
and the staff training has been a major component 
in planning for increasing student achievement. 
The district also formed a two-year partnership 
with the school districts of Billerica, Westford, and 
Tyngsborough to learn new specialized skills to help 
struggling students succeed. 



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Chelmsford Public Schools 

Monies awarded to the school district from the 
town's Capital Projects Fund resulted in a modern 
foreign language lab at Chelmsford High School. 
A part of the award were monies for installation of 
innovative interactive white boards in our schools. 
These new learning tools will help ensure that our 
students and our teachers learn to use cutting-edge 
strategies to improve student achievement and 
learning. 

Our students continued to improve their overall 
achievement as measured by the State of 
Massachusetts' MCAS test with 13 of the 17 tests 
in the top 11% to 26% in the state. The district also 
received an MCAS Tutoring Grant to help struggling 
students prepare for the test. 

Once every ten years the New England Association 
of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) visits Chelmsford 
High School and examines and studies our programs, 
students, staff, and facilities. Our staff have 
diligently been preparing for this evaluation. Their 
work and preparation will take a full two years. The 
NEASC team will visit our district in the spring and 
spend a week evaluating every component of our 
program. This is the opportune time to highlight 
the quality of our programs which lead to skillful 
graduates. 

During the summer 108 of our high school teachers 
improved curricula in order to transition from a 
semester schedule to a full school-year schedule. 
This major modification resulted in the ability of 
over 300 students to take more classes without an 
increase in cost to the district. This schedule change 
also allowed for more Advanced Placement courses 
to be offered to our students as well. 

Our Technology Department has accomplished much 
this year as well. Cisco networking hardware has 
been replaced with Enterasys hardware to increase 



speed and reliability of network connections. All 
school buildings were connected through fiber to 
the Central Office which provided more reliable and 
faster connections for all users. "Fat Pipes" were 
installed to provide redundant and more efficient use 
of Comcast Internet Connections, and the Comcast 
internet connections were upgraded to Business 
Class. The wireless project has begun and will 
include 2 wireless access points per building. 

Other projects included the opening of the X2 
Family Portal in January 20 1 for parents of high 
school students providing parents with real time 
data regarding their child's attendance, term grade 
and final grades. All servers were consolidated and 
upgraded to Microsoft Server 2008 R2 providing 
the school district with increased security and 
manageability. Our Thin Client installation will also 
eventually allow users to access their software and 
documents from home or school. 

For the past five years our staff members have been 
training in anti-bullying techniques and designing 
procedures to discourage and address bullying. In 
fact, our School Improvement Plans include goals to 
provide a healthy student environment by providing 
professional development to prevent bullying and to 
design effective intervention when bullying occurs. 
Staff members of both our middle schools have also 
been trained by the District Attorney's Office, funded 
through our Safe and Drug Free Grant, to conduct 
anti-cyber bullying training for staff and parents. 
Parents and staff tell us these training sessions have 
been most helpful to them. 

The new state anti-bullying law is now in effect. 
Soon districts will begin to mold their anti-bullying 
plans around state regulations soon to be released. 
Although administrators and staff members address 
bullying issues nearly every day in each of our 
nations schools, our five years of planning, training, 



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Chelmsford Public Schools 

and implementation of cutting-edge strategies will 
be most helpful as we move to meet the new state 
mandates. 

Our students have also succeeded academically, 
athletically, musically, theatrically, and scientifically 
in so many measures of success this year. Their 
reputation for challenge and success is nearly 
unmatched across the state. I know you join with me 
in congratulating them on their tremendous record of 
achievement. 

Many maintenance and custodial needs have been 
addressed this year to improve our buildings and our 
grounds. These initiatives have succeeded in not 
only improving the appearance of our buildings and 
grounds, but also in saving energy. Much thanks 
goes to our maintenance and custodial teams for their 
dedication as well. 

I know you join with me in thanking our staff, our 
parents, our citizens, and our government leaders for 
their skill, sacrifice, and dedication to our students, 
our town, our state, and our nation. Working 
together we will overcome the challenges we face in 
order to ensure that the next generation is prepared 
to succeed. On behalf of the Chelmsford Public 
Schools, thank you all for helping us make sure our 
kids are ready for the future. 

Donald R. Yeoman, Ed.D. 

Superintendent of Schools 




ENROLLMENTS 






School 


FY08 


FY09 


FY10 


Elementary 


2087 


2064 


2029 


Middle 


1697 


1694 


1703 


High School 


1639 


1611 


1611 


TOTAL 


5423 


5369 


5343 



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public education 



Nashoba Valley Technical High School 

Dr. Judith L. Klimkiewicz 
Superintendent 




Nashoba Valley Technical High School is a regional 
technical high school established in 1969 to serve 
students grades 9-12 and also provides post-graduate 
programs for those between the ages of 1 8 and 
25 years old. Nashoba has earned an impressive 
reputation for producing community leaders as well 
as providing community service. With an enrollment 
of approximately 700 students from seven 
communities, Nashoba Valley Technical High School 
offers career preparation in 18 technical programs. 

A dministration 

Dr. Judith L. Klimkiewicz, Superintendent 

Ms Denise Pigeon, Principal 

Ms Carol Heidenrich, Director of Technology 

Ms Melissa LeRay, Director of Student Services 

Mr. Matthew Ricard, Dean of Students 

Ms Jeanne Savoie, Accounting Manager 

Accreditation: New England Association of Schools 
and Colleges. 

Three 12-week trimesters. Eight 45 -minute periods 
set in a block schedule, five days per week. The 
school schedule alternates one week of academic 
classes with a week in a career-technical area for 
grades 9 through 12. 

The Year in Review 

For the 2010-201 1 school year Nashoba has, as 
most other districts, had to tighten our belts while 
still striving to achieve our district goals. Thanks to 
our ten year plan that began in 1999-2000 we were 




able to achieve "all" our facility, technology, and 
instructional goals with total fiscal responsibility. 
This year all our classrooms are equipped with 
direct video, clickers, LCD projectors, web casting 
capability, smart boards, and finally our front 
entrance is complete. This enables every teacher to 
showcase 21st century teaching skills to all of our 
students to prepare them for college and career. 

We have maintained our focus on being fiscally and 
environmentally responsible by installing this year 
our second 100 km solar voltaic unit on our roof 
to reduce the cost of our electricity in a "green" 
way. Additionally, we installed on our new student 
constructed concession stand a solar voltaic unit to 
provide all heat and electricity. All of these projects 
were completed at "no cost" to district taxpayers and 
were fully funded through grants. 

Nashoba continues to embrace educational 



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Nashoba Valley Technical High School 



opportunities for our teachers as well by serving as 
a satellite campus for many local colleges' graduate 
programs. 

As we enter a time of economic uncertainty I 
can assure you that at Nashoba Valley Technical 
High School students will still receive a technical 
education of the highest quality with the most current 
state-of-the-art equipment. 

Dr. Judith L. Klimkiewicz, Superintendent of 
Schools 



Vocational-Technical Programs 
(Secondary & Post Graduate) 



Auto Collision Repair & 
Refinishing 



Electrical Technology 



Automotive Technology Electronics/Robotics 



Banking, Marketing & 
Retail 

Carpentry/Cabinet 
Making 

Cosmetology 
Culinary Arts 

Dental Assisting 

Design & Visual 
Communications 
Early Childhood 
Education 



Engineering 
Technology 

Health Assisting 

Hotel Restaurant 
Management 
Machine Tool 
Technology 

Plumbing/Heating 

Programming & Web 

Development 

TV Media Production/ 

Theatre Arts 



Special Academic Programs 

Advanced Placement Honors and College 
Preparatory courses are available in all core subjects. 
Foreign language, virtual High School and additional 
educational courses are offered for all four years for 
all interested students. 

Dual Enrollment 

Juniors who are eligible and recommended by 
teachers/administration may elect to enter the Dual 
Enrollment Program and take courses the junior 
and senior year at a two- or four-year public college 
or private institution in Massachusetts or New 
Hampshire. Upon completion, they receive their 
high school diploma from Nashoba and one or two 
years of college credit. Many Nashoba students 
in recent years have graduated with an Associates 
degree from college and their high school diploma 
at the same time. Also, individual study programs 
for talented students are directed to their area of 
excellence. Many of our students are accepted 
at such distinguished institutions as MIT, Ithaca 
College, Emerson College, Boston University, and 
University of Massachusetts, among others. 

Student A ctivities 

Nashoba sponsors an extensive program in intra- 
scholastic sports including varsity teams in ten high 
school sports with equal opportunities for both male 
and female students. Other extracurricular activities 
include Student Council, National Honor Society, 
Yearbook, Students Against Destructive Decisions, 
Skills USA, Student Leadership, Peer Mediation, 
Mock Trial Team and many special interest clubs. 
No user fees are imposed on any sport, school 
sponsored club, or activity. 

Continuing & Community Education 

More than 700 adult students attended the 
Continuing Community Education Program in 
late afternoon and evenings at Nashoba. More 



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Nashoba Valley Technical High School 

information can be found on the NVTHS website. 




www. nashobatech. net 

Community Service Projects 

Nashoba is unique in its approach to community 
service and its relationship to its district towns. 
Students are expected to go with their instructors to 
areas of our district to work on community service 
projects that have been approved and selected for 
their benefit to the community and the learning of 
our students. The students perform necessary work 
for the district towns. The Community Service 
Project Program educates students in a real world 
setting and allows the towns the benefit of viewing 
Nashoba students at work and having a major project 
completed without expending limited town resources 
for capital improvement. 



^SSiK 







CHELMSFORD NVTHS 
SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEMBERS 

Donald Ayer 

Samuel Poulten, Secretary 

Ralph Hulslander 

Alternate, Maria Karafelis 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



PAGE 87 



Public Safety 




Police Department 

James E Murphy 
Chief of Police 



I herein respectfully submit for 
your information and review 
the Annual Report of the Police 
Department for FY20 10. At the 
present time, the Department is 
made up of 49 permanent Officers. 

CHIEF OF POLICE 

James F. Murphy 

DEPUTY CHIEF 

Scott R. Ubele 

LIEUTENANTS 

Daniel J. Ahern 

John A. Roark 

Edward F. Smith 

James M. Spinney, Jr. 

Colin C. Spence 

SERGEANTS 

Todd D. Ahern 

Paul E. Cooper 

Philip R. Dube 

J. Ronald Gamache 

Edward F. Quinn 

Jeffrey J. Bernier 

Gary A. Hannagan 

Francis J. Goode, Jr. 



BUREAU OF 

INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES/ 

INSPECTORS 

Jeffrey A. Blodgett 

George A. Tyros 

Craig E. Walsh 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

OFFICER/JUVENILE 

OFFICER/INSPECTOR 

Rebecca A. Tyros 

CRIME PREVENTION 
OFFICER/INSPECTOR 

Jennifer L. Bellissimo 

DEPARTMENT CRIMINAL 

PROSECUTOR/ 
LOWELL DISTRICT COURT 

Sergeant E. Michael Rooney 

TRAFFIC DIVISION/ 
MOTORCYCLE UNIT 

Sgt. Gail F. Beaudoin 
David M. Leo, K-9 

David R. Tine 
Paul E. Richardson 

PATROL OFFICERS 

Anthony N. Bellissimo 

Timothy B. Bourke 

Jason M. Callahan 

Steven J. Doole 

Stephen M. Fredericks 

John R. Goffin 

Daniel P. Goguen 

Jason P. Hanscom 

Steven E. Hawkins 

Andrew N. LoPilato 

David F. MacKenzie 

John M. McGeown 



Peter C. McGeown 

Brian F. Mullen 

Robert J. Murphy, Jr. 

Jason M. Poor 

Daniel T. Reid, Jr. 

Brian R. Richard 

Anthony Spinazola 

Daniel J. Sullivan 

Jonathan P. Tays 

Gary R. White 

Christopher D. Zaher 

Nicholas P. Ziminsky 

FULLTIME CIVILIAN 
DISPATCHERS 

Kathleen A. Bennett 

David J. DeFreitas 

Richard A. Demers 

Lisa M. Desmond 

Timothy A. Goode 

Kim Hanscom 

John M. Poor 

Christian W. Seminatore 

William H. Vaughan 

DEPARTMENTAL ASSISTANT 

Mary Jane Grant 

PRINCIPAL CLERKS 

Donna A. Fox 
Sandra A. Hall 

MAINTENANCE 

Carl W. Koch 

MECHANIC 

Franklyn R. Fader, Jr. 



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Police Department 



RECEIPTS TURNED OVER TO THE TOWN 


Permits, fines, and fees 


$32,199.50 


Parking Tickets 


$6,786.38 


Lowell District Court Revenue 


$9,157.00 


Registry of Motor Vehicles 


$113,942.50 


Disbursements 




Towing Receipts 


$35,165.00 


Total 


$197,250.38 


BREAKDOWN OF ARRESTS 




Adult Arrests 


370 


Juvenile Arrests 


19 


Total Arrests 


389 


DISPOSITION OF CASES 




To be Dismissed 


4 


Noelle Prosecution 


99 


Filed Without Change of Plea 


14 


Continued at Hearing/Dismissed 


85 


Case Closed 


16 


Continued 


34 


Adjudicated Delinquent 


3 


Dismissed 


376 


Default 


121 


Guilty 


149 


No Disposition Needed 


147 


Pre-Trial Probation 


52 


Request Denied 


3 


Responsible/Filed 


96 


Not Responsible 


34 


Not Guilty 


11 


Placed on Probation 


6 


No Complaint to Issue 





Continued Without a Finding 


163 


Placed on File 





Turned Over to Other Agency 


5 


Paid Civil Fine 


1 


Total Findings 


1,419 



MISCELLANEOUS STATISTICS 

Calls Answered by Cruisers 

Summons Served 

Accidents Reported 

Fatal Accidents 

Serious Injury Accidents 

Citations Issued 

Parking Violations Issued 

Restraining Orders Served 

Protective Custody 

Alarm Calls Responded to by Cruisers 

Medical Calls 

Suspicious Activity Calls 

Disturbance Calls 

Domestic Calls 

O.U.I. Alcohol 

ACHIEVEMENTS 



33,089 

262 

932 



105 

1,963 

269 

89 

18 

1,538 

2,609 

1,552 

750 

375 

56 



As a way of making residents and others more aware 
of police activity that takes place in town, the de- 
partment has joined Crime Reports.com, a link that 
provides crime mapping technology by date, time, 
type and location. In making this information more 
accessible to the public, it is the police department's 
belief that the safety and security of the town can be 
enhanced. All costs associated with this report were 
paid for by the Chelmsford Police Foundation. 

The town also saw the official opening of the Bruce 
Freeman Rail Trail in August of 2009. The police 
department worked closely with the Friends of the 
BFRT to implement measures to provide safety and 
security for the users on the trail. 

The police department utilizes officers on foot, 
bicycle and motor cycle to conduct patrols on more 
than six miles of the trail in Chelmsford. 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Public Safety 




Police Department 

In May 2010, the police department became the 43rd 
police agency in the State to receive its' Certification 
from the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Com- 
mission. Certification was awarded after a thorough 
review of the department's rules and regulations, 
policies and procedures, and general operational 
procedures. The department is continuing on in the 
accreditation process, working to obtain the highest 
level awarded by the State, Accreditation. 

Patrol Officer Nicholas Ziminsky returned to active 
duty in March 2010 after a ten month deployment 
with the Coast Guard Reserves. The department 
congratulates Officer Ziminsky for his dedicated 
service. 

Inspector Gail F. Beaudoin was promoted to Sergeant 
in April 2010. Sgt. Beaudoin began her career with 
the police department in 1985. She is the first female 
in the history of the department to be promoted to a 
supervisory position. 

Officer Anthony N. Bellissimo joined the police 
department in May 2010 as a transfer officer from 
Boston P.D. Officer Bellissimo began his career as a 
Boston Police Officer in 2006. 

This year's Police Foundation Breakfast honored five 
officers for meritorious service. Officers receiving 
2010 awards were: 

Patrol Officer John McGeown 
Patrol Officer Timothy Bourke 
Patrol Officer John Goffin 
Patrol Officer Daniel Goguen 
Patrol Officer Jason Poor 

I respectfully submit the FY 2010 Annual Report 
for the Police Department. At the present time, the 
department has a sworn complement of 49 officers, 
9 public safety dispatchers, 3 clerical support per- 




sonnel, 1 custodian and 1 mechanic. In total, over 
33,000 calls for service were handled by the depart- 
ment. 

The philosophy at the police department continues to 
emphasize community policing strategies and initia- 
tives. Officers are encouraged to work in partnership 
with the community, to address and resolve issues of 
concern, and improve the overall quality of life for 
those that live, work or visit Chelmsford. 

The department continues to focus on priority areas 
related to traffic, disturbance and nuisance issues, 
and drug and alcohol violations. These quality of life 
issues are of paramount importance in maintaining 
order, and providing an overall sense of safety and 
security throughout the town. 






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Police Department 

GRANTS 

The Police Department received the following 
Grants for Fiscal Year 2010: 

State 91 1 Dispatching Grant $70,538.00 

Edward Byrne Memorial Grant $21,102.00 

Highway Safety Traffic Grant $ 1 0,000.00 

RETIREMENTS 

Sgt. Francis Kelly retired in April 2010 after more 
than 30 years of distinguished service to the Town 
of Chelmsford. Sgt. Kelly began his police career in 
March of 1980. 

MISSION STATEMENT 

We, the Chelmsford Police Department, in partner- 
ship with our community are committed to main- 
taining the peace, protecting life and property, and 
providing professional law enforcement and crime 
prevention services. We accept the challenge of 
reducing the fear of crime by the prevention of 
criminal activity. We shall provide these services 
with compassion, dignity, and proficiency within the 
framework of the United States Constitution. To 
enhance the quality of life for all citizens, we will 
cooperate with other agencies and groups to resolve 
community concerns. To fulfill our mission, the 
Chelmsford Police Department will provide a sup- 
portive work environment that fosters the profes- 
sional development of its members. 

Service will be our commitment 
Honor and Integrity our mandate. 

OBJECTIVE 

To provide the citizens of Chelmsford the safest 
community within the Commonwealth by education, 
enforcing the laws and eliciting community partici- 
pation and cooperation. 

I would like to express my sincere appreciation to 



the Board of Selectmen, Town Manager and other 
town departments and personnel, for the excellent 
cooperation exhibited to the Police Department. 

I would also like to thank and recognize both sworn 
and non-sworn personnel of the Police Department 
for truly outstanding performance and dedication of 
duty. 

Respectfully submitted, 
James F. Murphy 
Chief of Police 

P.A.L. Flag Football Program: The mission of the Chelmsford Police 
Athletic League is to provide opportunities for girls and boys to 
participate in team and individual sports or activities in a safe, well- 
supervised environment. CPAL s objectives are to promote the ideals 
of good sportsmanship, fair play, teamwork, equality, and health. 
The priorities provide an opportunity for all youths to play and/ 
or participate, promote having fun and learning ahead of winning, 
strive to develop confidence and self esteem, maintain a strong non- 
competitive program for all beginning and less skilled participants, 
provide situations where players are competing within an appropriate 
skill level, and foster a trusting and lasting relationship between 
participants and Chelmsford Police Officers. 




FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Public Safety 




Police Department 

Gail F. Beaudoin 
Auxiliary Commander 



AUXILIARY POLICE 

For the fiscal year 2010 the Auxiliary Police Unit 
assisted the regular force at numerous motor vehicle 
accident scenes and other traffic control incidents. 
Overall the Auxiliary Police Unit donated over 500 
hours at various assigned duties and events. 

I would like to thank all members of the Auxiliary 
Unit for their great efforts and commitment over the 
past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Sgt. Gail F. Beaudoin 
Auxiliary Commander 




The Chelmsford Police Athletic League Sponsors the Annual Outdoor 
Movie Night. 



Ptl. Daniel Simard 
Ptl. Kathryn Woessner 





AUXILIARY OFFICERS IN TRAINING 


AUXILIARY UNIT 


Donald DeMarco 


Capt. Kevin Proulx 


Emily Evans 


Capt. Ralph Roscoe 


Matthew Fernald 


Sgt. Richard Demers 


Matthew Sech 


Sgt. Peter Ravanis 


Fady Sidhom 


Sgt. Leo Tousignant 




Sgt. David Tyler 


AUXILIARY STATISTICS 


Ptl. Ryan Bellemare 

Ptl. Tracey Callahan 

Ptl. Kim Hanscom 

Ptl. Brian Jones 

Ptl. Michael G. Martell 


House checks 41 
School Property Checks 400 
Town Property Checks 435 
Total Property Checks 876 


Ptl. Roy W. Philbrick 




Ptl. Christian W. Seminatore 








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Public Safety 




Police Department 

ErikE. Merrill 
Animal Control Officer 



The Animal Control Officer responds to a variety of 
animal and wildlife calls throughout the community. 
Those calls involving public safety or public welfare 
will be addressed by the Animal Control Officer. I 
would like to remind all residents that calls such as 
removal of animals from chimneys, under porches, 
or inside attics must be handled by a private pest 
control company. 

I would like to also remind all pet owners that it is 
their responsibility to insure that their pets are prop- 
erly vaccinated and licensed. Also, all dogs must be 
leashed or under strict control at all times, and all 
waste must be picked up from all public and private 
property. This especially pertains to town fields, 
schools, conservation lands, and the bike path. 

I would like to thank all the residents who have 
donated food, blankets, towels, and supplies. We are 
always in need of these items. I would like to thank 
all the people who attended our rabies/microchip 
clinic and programs that we have provided. Please 
look for upcoming events. 

I would like to thank the Town Manager, Board of 
Selectmen, Police Department and all other town 
departments for their support and assistance over the 
last year. 

Respectfully Submitted, 

Erik E. Merrill, Animal Control Officer 




ANIMAL CONTROL STATISTICS 

Calls for Service 1,154 

Informational Calls 288 

Dogs Licensed in FY09 3,300 

Animals picked up and taken to pound 37 

Animals returned to owners 30 

Animals adopted after 10 days 2 

Animals taken to the Lowell Humane 5 
Society 

Road Kills disposed of at the Lowell 242 
Humane Society 

Animal bite reports 40 

Citations Issued 24 
Value of Citation Fines $2,760.00 

Other Funds Collected $480.00 



FY 2010 ANNUAL REPORT 



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Public Safety 




Fire Department 

John E. Parow 
Fire Chief 



Fiscal year 2010 proved to be the busiest year in the 
history of the Chelmsford Fire Department. Total emer- 
gency calls for FY 2010 were 5595 up 392 calls over last 
year. Medical emergency calls accounted for over half 
the calls at 2,868, fire calls totaled 143. Trends seemed 
to remain constant, with emergency medical aid calls 
increasing again this year by 54. Structure fire calls were 
down this year, but resembled the numbers of the past five 
years after a thirty percent increase anomaly 2009 over 
2008. 

Through the Town's Capital Plan the department received 
a new pumping engine and a new rescue truck this year. 
The much needed new apparatus replaces two vehicles 
that were each 23 years old. We applied for and received 
a federal grant to install a new, state of the art, breathing 
air cascade system in the new rescue truck allowing us 
to fill self contained breathing apparatus at the scene of a 
fire. In addition, the department received a state grant to 
hire three new firefighters. This is only a one year grant, 
but has assisted us in regaining some of the manpower we 
have lost over the last few years. Hopefully, the economic 
condition of the town will improve over the coming year 
and enable us to keep these firefighters working when the 
grant runs out in March, 2011. 

Deputy Chief Jim Sousa and Captain Jim Boermeester 
retired during the past year taking with them 7 1 years of 
combined experience. The department wishes both of 
them a long and enjoyable retirement. We are forever 
grateful for their service, dedication and contributions to 
the Town and the department. The three new firefight- 
ers hired, Garrett Walsh, Evan Boudreau and Chhunly 
Prak are all military veterans and we thank them for their 
service and wish them well in their new careers. 

We continue to experience major structural problems with 
the apparatus floor at the Center Fire Station. Although 




f ^umo* 



the floor has been stabilized with 13 wooden pillars, the 
fix only serves as a temporary repair and buys us a little 
time. An extensive study has been completed outlining 
the need for a new center station and location. The Town 
will need to keep this as a top priority and find a solution 
in the very near future. 

Although we do understand the fiscal restraints associated 
with the town's budget, the cut backs in manning and the 
permanent closing of Engine 5 has made it very difficult 
for us to meet our mission of protecting life and property. 
This reduction in resources has created an increased risk 
to both the residents of Chelmsford and the firefighters. 
During this year we have seen the calls for service in- 
crease, response times increase and manpower shortages 
at emergency scenes. It is our hope that when the financial 
picture brightens, previous manning will be restored and 
all five fire stations will once again be opened. 

Lastly, this will be my seventeenth and final annual report 
as I plan on retiring in October of this year. I have en- 
joyed my sixteen plus years as Chief of Department and 
would like to thank all members of the department, my 
staff, the Town Manager, the Board of Selectmen and the 
residents of the Town for their support over this time. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John E. Parow, Fire Chief 



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Fire Department 



DEPARTMENTAL PERSONNEL 
FIRE CHIEF 
John E. Parow 

DEPUTY FIRE CHIEFS 
Michael F. Curran 
Michael Donoghue 
James A. Sousa** 

FIRE CAPTAINS 
James Boermeester** 
James J. Durkin 
Rick Rivard 
Gary Ryan 
Dan Funaro 
Henry Houle 

FIREFIGHTERS 

Joshua Abbott 
William Amundson 
William Bacon 
William Bennett 
Edward Boisseau 
Even Boudreau 
Christopher Brothers 
Michael Brothers 






Thomas Brothers 
William Campbell 
Jeffrey Cancella 
Michael Chiasson 
Kevin Clarke 
F. Mark Conlin 
Daniel Corey 
Bruce Donovan 
Michael Ducharme 
Jesse Foster 
Robert Gardner 
David Hadley 
Ryan Houle 
Wm. Keohane 
John Kivlan 
Dan Koutsoufls 
Cynthia Leczynski 
Keith Lindsay 
Michael Maher 
Daniel Manley 
Leo Manley 
Leslie Merrill 
Jason Moody 
Michael Nelson 
Kevin O'Brien 
Marc Pare 
Donnie Peterson 



Casey Phelan 
Chhunly Prak 
John Reid 
John Robinson 
George Ryan 
Wm.Schellback 
Timothy Shanahan 
Kevin Sheehy 
Daniel Ubele 
Michael Young 
Garrett Walsh 

DEPARTMENT ASSISTANT 
Martha A. DeSaulnier 

DEPARTMENT MECHANIC 

James F. Keeley, Sr. 

** retired in 2010 







CALL HISTORY 














YEAR 


2010 


2009 


2008 


2007 


2006 


2005 


2004 


2003 


2002 


2001 


BUILDING FIRES 


40 


56 


37 


36 


45 


59 


71 


44 


53 


39 


OUTSIDE FIRES 


85 


82 


97 


121 


131 


66 


77 


80 


118 


81 


AUTO FIRES 


18 


21 


22 


23 


29 


41 


38 


31 


36 


37 


MUTUAL AID 


29 


12 


18 


23 


16 


23 


18 


12 


24 


22 


INVESTIGATION 


847 


929 


917 


887 


885 


809 


853 


855 


1087 


903 


SERVICE 


1708 


1287 


1219 


1246 


1310 


955 


1135 


1231 


1434 


1364 


FALSE ALARM 





2 


2 








1 








2 





MEDICAL AID 


2868 


2814 


2771 


2523 


2506 


2324 


2420 


2318 


2246 


2134 


TOTALS 


5595 


5203 


5083 


4679 


4717 


4112 


4426 


4416 


4793 


4423 





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Engineering Division 

James E. Pearson, RE. 
Director of Public Works 



The Engineering Division provides technical support 
to many Town departments including the Planning 
Board, Conservation Commission, Town Manager, 
Board of Selectmen, Assessors Department, Town 
Clerk and Sewer Commission. Additionally, the 
engineers design several projects for construction by 
the Highway Division. 

The engineers provided layout, grades, technical as- 
sistance, and inspections for the following projects: 

Wildes Road sidewalk and road reconstruction 
Boston Road sidewalk improvements 
Proctor Road culvert replacement 
Pine Hill Road culvert replacement 
Ruthellen Road reconstruction 
Sierra Drive reconstruction 
Washington Street reconstruction 

The engineers provided Planning Board site plan 
reviews and/or inspections on the following projects: 

9 North Road - Site Plan and Special Permits 

55 Richardson Road - Site Plan 

116 Chelmsford Street - Site Plan Modifications 

1 1 Fletcher Street - Site Plan 

139 Main Street - Special Permits 

In addition, the engineers provided site plan reviews 
and/or inspections on the following subdivisions: 





Clara Way 
1 5 Byam Road 
111 High Street 



Daisy Meadows 
Shelby Lane 
Talbot Estates 



Ongoing projects consisted of: 

Scanning of road layouts and as-builts, mainline 
sewer record as-builts, and property sewer con- 
nections to build an on-line database of all plans. 
Building sewerage and drainage base maps for 
future GIS use. 

EPA Storm water Phase 2 regulation compliance. 
Producing Annual Reports to ensure compliance 
with the Town's discharge permit. 
Reviewing and printing of updated Assessor's 
maps. 

Assisted consulting engineers on the Center Un- 
derground Utility project and the Parkhurst Road/ 
Smith Street reconstruction project. 
Maintained compliance with the Office of 



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Engineering Division 

Dam Safety for the four town-controlled dams 
(Crooked Spring, Swain Pond, Freeman Lake 
and Heart Pond). 

The engineering staff also assists residents with 
requests on an as-needed basis (i.e., providing maps, 
drainage expertise, and performing tree inspections). 

The Departmental Assistant processes all expendi- 
tures, payroll and oversees the operational budget 
for the Engineering, Sewer, Public Buildings and 
Parks Divisions as well as assists residents with daily 
requests. 




Highway Division 

The Highway Division is responsible for the upkeep 
and improvement of all streets, culverts, catch basins 
and manholes, street signs, traffic markings (all lines/ 
crosswalks), traffic signs and traffic signals. They 
are also responsible for all roadside mowing/cut- 
ting of brush. There are approximately 230 miles of 
roadway under their jurisdiction. New projects this 
year included: 

Road construction: 

• Ruthellen, Porter, Washington, Wildes, Sierra (in- 
stalled new drainage/repaved) 

• Wildes Road sidewalk installation 

• Kate's Corner traffic signal installation and re- 
construction 

• Meetinghouse Road drainage installation 

• Burning Tree Lane pipe installation 

• Pinehill Road culvert pipe installation 

• Proctor Road culvert installation 

• Cleaned numerous easements throughout Town 
and cleared numerous culvert pipes of debris ac- 
cumulated due to beavers 

• Berm installation at various locations (2,400') 



• Beaver baffle installation at various locations 

• Replaced or added approximately 35 new basins 
at various locations 

• Berkshire/Graniteville easement pipe replace- 
ment (40') 

Additional projects: 

• Assisted the Facilities Department with various 
projects such as South Row School drainage 
installation. 

• Assisted at Town open space land sites (i.e., 
Lime Quarry Reservation and the Cranberry 
Bog). 

• Assisted the Recycling Department at all Recy- 
cling Events (i.e., Hazardous Waste Days, Brush 
Drop Off, etc.) 

• Maintained the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail (re- 
moval of fallen trees and trash, cleaned culvert as 
well as provided signage at various locations) 



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Highway Division 

• Assisted Animal Control Officer as needed 

The Highway Division personnel, assisted by the 
Engineering Division, Parks Division, Cemetery 
Division, Sewer Division and Facilities Department, 
worked hard dealing with snowfall accumulation this 
past winter as well as flooding problems in March, 
April and May. The staff oversees all town plowing 
equipment in addition to 40 subcontractors through- 
out each snowstorm. 

The Highway Division Clerk completed necessary 
applications for FEMA reimbursement for the flood- 
ing in March/ April. 

The Highway Division Clerk maintained all finan- 
cial records needed for the reporting, tracking, and 
payment of all vouchers connected with the highway 
budgets - including general expenses, salaries, snow 
and ice, Massachusetts Chapter 90 funding (road 
construction or repair) and capital expenditures. 



Sewer Division 

The Sewer Division continued to expand this year 
with the addition of 210 new sewer connections. 
Summer 2009 marked the 20th year since the first 
phase of connections to the sewer system took place. 
There are currently over 10,400 residential, commer- 
cial and industrial customers served. The final sewer 
construction contract was awarded in 2009 and work 
will be completed in Spring, 201 1. 

Major projects: 




• Completed inspection of Phase 1 easement man- 
holes 

• Relocated the Sewer Operations office to larger 
space on Kidder Rd. 

Daily activities include the maintenance of 34 pump 
stations, 2 metering stations, and approximately 190 
miles of sewer gravity mains, force mains and low 
pressure lines. 

The office staff handles all sewer betterments, sewer 
billing, phone inquires, concerns and other related 
correspondence. They also provide clerical support 
to the Sewer Commission who oversees the con- 
struction. 



Rebuilt or replaced pumps at ten pump stations 
Replaced two main channel grinders 
Upgraded building and grounds at eight pump 
stations 



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Public Buildings Division 

We continue to employ two part-time Building At- 
tendants in the evenings to assist with various build- 
ing maintenance needs at the Town Offices. The 
Building Attendants also open and close the Town 
Office Building as needed for various functions and 
community events. 

Cleaning of the Town Hall has been outsourced to 
M&M Contract Cleaning. The Building Attendants 
supervise the contractor during their daily cleaning. 



Parks Division 

The Parks Division maintains all traffic islands and 
commons in town. The grounds are groomed each 
Spring and prepared for the heavy use during the 
year. This Division also prepares the Town Common 
for the annual Fourth of July celebration as well as 
the cleanup and restoration of damaged areas result- 
ing from an abundance of activities throughout the 
year. 




The Parks Division acknowledges the many volun- 
teer groups and individuals for their time, donations 
and help particularly Phil Stanway and the Land 
Stewards. Also, thanks to all that participated in the 
Adopt-a-Park program. 



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Public Facilities 



Gary J. Persichetti 
Public Facilities Director 



The purpose of the Facilities Department is to 
manage all buildings and grounds of the Town of 
Chelmsford in a uniform and high quality manner. 

Buildings 

The Public Facilities Department provides electrical, 
plumbing, HVAC, carpentry and general mainte- 
nance to all Town and School buildings. 
There are presently 28 buildings consisting of five 
- elementary schools, two - middle schools, Chelms- 
ford High School, School Administration, two - 
Libraries, five - Fire Stations, Police Station, Town 
Offices, Old Town Hall and other support buildings. 
In the spring of 2010 Facilities took over the mainte- 
nance and repair of street lights throughout the Town 

The department is responsible for managing all 
major building related capital improvements. Capital 
projects for the year included: 
High School - New bleachers and press box 
High School - Exterior restoration 
McCarthy Middle School - Gym renovation 
Forum - Roof replacement 
Senior Center - Kitchen steamer 

Additional facilities energy related projects for the 
year included: 

High School 

Installation of Smart Plate 
Demand control ventilation 
Variable frequency drives 
Occupancy sensors 



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Demand control ventilation 
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Parker Middle School 

Demand control ventilation 
Variable frequency drives 

Byam Elementary School 

Variable frequency drives 

Center Elementary School 

Purchase and install 95% condensing boilers 

Harrington Elementary School 

Variable frequency drives 

Westlands (Community Ed) 

Variable frequency drives 






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Public Facilities 



Adams Library 

8,820 KwDC Solar PV System Installation 

Senior Center 

Control air leaks with weather stripping and caulking 

West Fire 

Control air leaks with weather stripping and caulking 

East Fire 

Insulate hot water and steam pipes in boiler room 
Facility maintenance related project - Replace as- 
phalt to concrete at the fire station garage entrance. 

Total first year savings from the above energy proj- 
ects is estimated at $96,872.00 

With the assistance of the Facilities Department the 
Town was awarded a grant from the Division of 
Energy Resources/ ARRA to fund the installation of 
a solar PV system on the roof of Chelmsford High 
School. 







We continue to participate in the MIIA Loss Control 
Grant Program and the MIIA Rewards Program by 
performing and submitting roof, self, freeze up and 
air quality inspections. 

Grounds 

The Public Facilities Department maintains all town 
and school parks and athletic fields. Department 
personnel mow all sports fields and turf areas, trim 
shrubs, collect rubbish at parks and playgrounds, 
weed, edge, and mulch. 

The Facilities staff is also responsible for snow 
removal, the preparation and clean up for special 
events and repair and replacement of small engines. 




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Permanent Building Committee 

David Duane, Chairman 



The Permanent Building Committee was formed in 
September 2008 to assist the Town Manager with the 
development of financial estimates, project design 
and supervision of construction of municipal build- 
ing projects. 

The Permanent Building Committee shall assist the 
Town Manager with the supervision of design and 
construction of municipal building projects, includ- 
ing selecting professional assistants, developing 
contract documents for feasibility studies, preparing 
design plans and specifications, and obtaining bids 
for the construction, remodeling, alteration or reno- 
vation, and equipping and furnishing of municipal 
buildings. The Committee shall also assist the Town 
Manager in the development of a long-term capital 
plan for municipal buildings, which includes the 
lease or sale of surplus municipal buildings. 

The Committee consists of seven members appoint- 
ed by the Town Manager, with the approval of the 
Board of Selectmen, as follows: 



David Duane, Chairman 

Joseph Greene, Vice Chairman 

Eric Johnson 

Gary Persichetti, Director of Facilities 

Steve Roberts 

Debra Belden, Recording Clerk 

There is one open seat on the Committee at the time 
of this report. 




Areas that the Permanent Building Committee is 
working on include: 

• Updating an inventory of all town owned proper- 
ties and buildings and performing a comprehen- 
sive assessment of the current conditions of town 
owned facilities. 

• Assisted in the completion of the annual and a 
ten year Chelmsford Facilities Capital Budget. 

• Assisted in the completion of the Chelmsford 
Facilities Chapter to be included in the new town 
Master Plan. 

• Assisted with all design phases for the proposed 
new Fire Department building as input to a Town 
Meeting warrant. 

• Assisting with the proposed Alpha Road DPW 
project: 

Assisted in the development of the feasibil- 
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the warrant at Town Meeting. 
Assisted in the development of the proposed 
phasing approach to purchase and renovate 
the Alpha Road site in two projects over ten 
years. 

Assisted with Due Diligence portion of the 
Alpha Road Facility review. 
Assisted in the purchasing strategy for the 
Alpha Road facility. 
Acquired the Owner's Project Manager, 
Patrick Maloney. 

Went out to bid for Architect and selected 
Weston and Sampson for Phase 1 renovation 
of Alpha Road. 
• Assisting with improvements to the Center Town 
Hall and the North Town Hall buildings: 
Completed the Cost Feasibility Study for 
both Center and North Town Halls as input 
for the Town Meeting warrants. 
With Town Meeting approval to renovate 
both Center and North Town Halls, went out 
to bid for Owner's Project Manager and 
selected Vertex Construction Services. 
Subsequently went out to bid for 
Architectural Services and will be 
reviewing candidates shortly for selection in 
early Sept 2010. 

The Permanent Building Committee will continue to 
look ahead and anticipate the needs of the facilities 
of the town and work to insure improvements and 
building projects are planned and completed in a fis- 
cally responsible manner. 



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Recycling / Solid Waste 

Jennifer Almeida 
Recycling Coordinator 



The Office of Recycling and Solid Waste works to 
insure excellent trash and recycling services to the 
residents of Chelmsford, to keep our trash tonnage 
to a minimum while encouraging recycling, and to 
insure that our solid waste and recycling programs 
comply with state waste bans, local bylaws and other 
relevant requirements. We assist residents who have 
problems or questions related to recycling and solid 
waste; educate residents about the importance of 
recycling; promote composting, reuse and donation 
options and other waste reduction programs; and 
monitor the Town's waste and recycling contractors, 
tonnages and costs. In addition, much of 2010 was 
spent on planning for and securing new solid waste 
and recycling collection contracts to start in FY201 1, 
and preparing for the implementation of the new 
contracts. 

The office is staffed by a part time Recycling Coor- 
dinator and a part time volunteer. The Office's work 
is supported by the Chelmsford Recycling Com- 
mittee - 2010 members included Norm Eisenmann, 
Nancy Kaelin, Mark Gallagher, Marc Grant, Bonnie 
Rankin, Jo Morse, Ron Goodner, Kathy Brough, 
Marion Hamblett and Jeanette Moreau. The Com- 
mittee relies on volunteers as well, and in 2010 
Kristy Medina organized the Earth Fair and Glenn 
Davison organized the volunteers for the town-wide 
clean up. 

Solid Waste and Recycling tonnages: In FY2010, 
Chelmsford's trash tonnage was 12,882 - represent- 




Mark Gallager, Jo Morse, Jennifer Almeida, Kathy Brough, Nancy 
Kaelin, Marc Grant, Norm Eisenmann, not pictured: Bonnie Rankin, 
Marion Hamblett and Jeanette Moreau, 

ing the first increase in our annual tonnage since 
2005. While the increase is relatively small (187 
tons more than FY09), it is unfortunate as it comes 
after five years of steady and significant declines. 
Our annual recycling tonnage for FY 10 came in at 
3719 - down from 3777 tons in FY09. This decline 
may be due to the fact that far fewer residents today 
subscribe to daily newspapers, a fact that appears to 
be reducing recycling tonnages across Massachusetts 
and the country. 

Electronics/appliances/tires: The Town maintained 
its contract with Appliance Recyclers, Inc. for the 
fee-based curbside collection of appliances, electron- 
ics, tires and large metal items. This program has run 
very smoothly, providing residents with an afford- 
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Recycling / Solid Waste 

waste banned items. In FY 10, Appliance Recyclers, 
Inc. made about 1500 stops in Chelmsford, picked 
up about 3000 items (white goods, electronics, large 
metal items and tires) weighing over 100 tons. The 
program continues to be widely used and the contract 
has been renewed for another year with minor price 
increases. 

Drop-offs: Chelmsford held two brush drop-offs 
and one household hazardous waste drop-off in 
FY 10. The brush drop-offs were held at Community 
Tree, staffed by Town employees and volunteers 
(usually members of the Recycling Committee). The 
fall event served 103 vehicle loads and the spring 
event served 241 loads. The hazardous waste event 
was staffed by Board of Health personnel and vol- 
unteers. Residents who were unable to attend the 
Town's HHW event had the option of going to the 
Minuteman Household Products Facility in Lexing- 
ton, and in FY2010, 60 residents registered through 
the Recycling Office to attend that facility. 

Mercury programs: The Recycling Office operates 
the Town's mercury abatement programs, funded 
by our combustion facility (Wheelabrator, N.A. in 
FY2010) to keep mercury out of the trash. This pro- 
gram consists of fluorescent light bulb collections, 
thermometer exchanges, and thermostat and button 
cell battery collections programs. We recycled many 
thermometers, thermostats and blood pressure units 
plus 3 pounds of elemental mercury; 9138 linear feet 
of fluorescent bulbs, and over 600 other miscella- 
neous mercury bulbs through this program last year. 

Cell phone & rechargeable battery recycling: 

Cell phones (along with their batteries and acces- 
sories) are collected for recycling at the Chelmsford 
Town Offices (Clerk's Office and Recycling Of- 
fice). In FY 10 we recycled about 550 cell phones 
and about 320 pounds of rechargeable batteries for 
recycling. 




Education and outreach: The Recycling Office 
published the annual "Chelmsford Recycles" flyer, 
a comprehensive description and "how to" guide 
on recycling and solid waste in Chelmsford. The 
flyer was mailed to all households in late June. The 
Recycling Office also maintained and updated the 
recycling portion of the Town's website (www. 
townofchelmsford.us/Recycling-Department.cfm). 
Recycling volunteer Marion Hamblett, working with 
the Recycling Office and the Recycling Commit- 
tee, continued to maintain and update the Recycling 
Committee's website, www.chelmsfordrecycles.org, 
to provide an easy to find and easy to use website for 
residents with recycling questions. The Recycling 
Office also updated Chelmsford's local access televi- 
sion station's community bulletin board notices, 
made appearances on local cable access television 
programs to update the community about the Office's 
work and about upcoming changes in the recycling 



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Recycling / Solid Waste 

and solid waste programs, and submitted informa- 
tional pieces on recycling and solid waste programs 
for publication in the Town's Community Newslet- 
ters as well as in the Chelmsford Independent and 
the Lowell Sun. 

Compost bins: The Recycling Office sells compost 
bins below cost to Chelmsford residents to encour- 
age composting of kitchen scraps and yard waste. 
The MA DEP estimates an average household can 
compost between 500 and 1,000 pounds of organic 
material each year in one of these bins, producing a 
rich soil supplement out of material that would other- 
wise be thrown away. Diverting this material out of 
the waste stream results in a significant reduction in 
trash and thus significant savings for the Town. In 
2010 we sold 68 compost bins. 

Rain barrels: Although MA DEP did not fund any 
rain barrel grant assistance in FY 10, the Recycling 
Office again worked with the New England Rain 
Barrel Company to make discounted rain barrels 



available for purchase in the spring. Residents who 
signed up in advance were able to purchase rain bar- 
rels at below retail costs, and we had a distribution 
day behind the Town Offices in mid- April. The pro- 
gram was publicized in local papers, on the website, 
and on the Chelmsford community bulletin board, 
was well received and will be repeated again in the 
spring. 

Recycling Committee Activities: Among many 
other activities, the Recycling Committee organized 
a large number of volunteers to improve bottle and 
can recycling at the Country Fair in July 2009; con- 
tinued the "Recycling Champion" program; spon- 
sored another poster and essay contest recognizing 
America Recycles Day (November 15) for school 
age children; and assisted with the planning and 
implementation of the town-wide litter clean up and 
Earth Fair. 



FY 


Tons: Solid 
waste(trash) 


Per ton tipping 
fee at incinerator 


Tons: Curbside 
Recycling 


Recycling Rate 


Annual disposal cost ** 


2005 


16061 


$59.78 


3117 


16.25% 


$960,167 


2006* 


15358 


$67.50 


3586 


18.93% 


$1,036,665 


2007 


14170 


$69.50 


4296 


23.27% 


$984,815 


2008 


13,369 


$71.00 


3894 


22.55% 


$949,199 


2009 


12,695 


$73.00 


3777 


22.9% 


$926,735 


2010 


12,882 


$74.50 


3719 


22.4% 


$959,709 



* Bold indicates years the mandatory bylaw has been in effect (starting February 2006) 

** Costs shown are the Town's trash disposal costs only and do not include the cost of collection and 



transportation of solid waste and recycling. 



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Greener Chelmsford Initiative 

Badhri Uppiliappan, 
Director 
Pat Wojtas 
Eric Dahlberg 



The Greener Chelmsford Initiative is a program 
which recognizes the efforts of Chelmsford busi- 
nesses and organizations that are taking steps to 
become environmentally friendly in their practices, 
and implementing continuous improvement strate- 
gies to sustain these practices. When a business has 
demonstrated its commitment to the environment, we 
are pleased to present a Seal of Approval in recogni- 
tion of that accomplishment. 

During the past year, awards have been presented to 
Chelmsford Copy and Secretarial, the Chelmsford 
Housing Authority, and the Best Western Chelms- 
ford Inn. In addition, we have recognized Enterprise 
Bank, not only for their efforts to improve the envi- 
ronment, but also for their commitment, as a partner 
with GCI, to encourage local businesses to promote 
sustainable measures. 

Among the initiatives that we have witnessed in- 
clude installation of energy-efficient lighting fixtures, 
reduced and recycled use of resources, more efficient 
heating/cooling equipment and practices, use of non- 
toxic cleaning products, and purchasing from local 
suppliers. 

Any local business or organization that wishes to 
be considered for a GCI award should complete the 
application on the Town of Chelmsford website. We 
welcome creative ideas that apply the three main 
goals of environmental sustainability: reduce, recycle 
reuse. 



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GCI seeks town residents interested in volunteering 
with the program to help local businesses adopt en- 
vironmentally friendly practices. And we encourage 
residents of Chelmsford to patronize the GCI recog- 
nized businesses to show their support for the extra 
efforts of these businesses. 

For more information, feedback, and suggestions, 
please contact: 

greener.chelmsford@townofchelmsford.us 



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Cemetery Commission 

David Boyle 
Superintendent 



Members 

Jean R. McCaffery, Chairman 
Peter S. Pedulla 
Gerald L. Hardy 

Cemetery Department Personnel 



David J. Boyle 
Patrick C aires 
Audie Boudreau 
Jorge De Freitas 
Mary Ann Silva 
Andrew Silva 



Superintendent 
Working Foreman 
Driver/Laborer 
Driver/ Laborer 
P. T. Clerk 
Seasonal Laborer 



The Cemetery Commission is pleased to report the 
following accomplishments for Fiscal Year 2010, to 
the citizens of Chelmsford. 

At Pine Ridge Cemetery, we have two new sections 
available for sale; Section M, which contains the 
Cremation Garden and Niche Wall, plans are under 
way to construct a second Niche Wall this Fall; the 
walls provide an area for the above ground In-Urn- 
ment of Cremated remains, with each Niche contain- 
ing enough space for two sets of cremains. The other 
section available at Pine Ridge is Section N, which is 
now available for sale; this area includes traditional 
earth burials along with earth burial lots specifically 
for cremation. 




Due to the generosity of many lot owners the Cem- 
etery Commission was able to plant approximately 
15 new trees throughout Pine Ridge and Heart Pond 
Cemeteries. 

Throughout the year, as time allows, we continue our 
program to safety prune any trees that need attention 
at the Towns six cemeteries. During the past winter 
season, Cemetery personnel completed the renova- 
tion of the office at Pine Ridge Cemetery, also all 
of the service garage doors have been updated to 
conserve energy. 

Please visit the Town's web site at www.townof- 
chelmsford.us and click on the Public Facilities link; 
then to the Cemetery Department link, here you will 
find information on the Cemetery Commission, the 
Six cemeteries in town and directions to each of 
them; current rates, and also a link to the Cemetery 
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Cemetery Commission 



During Fiscal Year 2010 there were 150 total inter- 
ments, 121 full burials and 28 cremation interments 
and 1 in-Urnment in the Niche Wall at Pine Ridge. 
Cremations accounted for nearly 20% of total inter- 
ments. There were 70 cemetery lots sold throughout 
the town and 9 Niches at Pine Ridge. Twenty-five 
residents participated in the Prepaid Interment Fee 
Program. The Cemetery Commission appreciates our 
staff's efforts to keep Chelmsford's six public cem- 
eteries well-maintained and attractive burial places. 

Respectfully submitted, 
David J Boyle, Superintendent 



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Human Services 




Health Department 

Richard Day 
Director 



Septage and Wastewater Abatement Program 

In 2010 the Septage and Wastewater Abatement Pro- 
gram continued its efforts to clean up our waterways. 
The Board of Health, with the advent of a central 
sewer system in Chelmsford is continuing its en- 
forcement activities to insure compliance with local 
by-laws which will insure a safe water supply. Dye 
testing, water sampling and issuance of septic system 
permits will continue in all the non-sewered areas 
until the completion of the project. 

Administration and Management 

During FY 20 1 income for various services and 
permits was collected for over 500 inspections of 
restaurants, septic systems, swimming pools, beaver 
complaints, day care centers, rental housing units, 
public schools, recreational camps, bathing beaches, 
tanning facilities, farmer's market vendors and all 
retail food stores. The Department received thou- 
sands of telephone calls during FY 2010 relating to 
the H1N1 Swine Flu epidemic and also responded 
to emergency inspections, nuisance calls and com- 
plaints via telephone and the web questions. The 
Board of Health assisted other town hall offices in 
departmental tours to educate community groups 
about the services offered to the Chelmsford resi- 
dents. 

Hazardous Waste and Industrial Wastewater 
Program 

Richard J. Day, Director of Public Health, was reap- 
pointed Hazardous Waste Coordinator and Municipal 
Coordinator to enforce the "Right-To-Know" law for 
Chelmsford. The Board of Health/Solid Waste held 







Ernest Wu, MD, Clerk, Annmarie Roark, Peter Dulchinos, Chairman 



one Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day this 
year which was held on June 12, 2010. This pro- 
gram has consistently collected significant volumes 
of hazardous waste. 

Title V 

The Board or Health is continuing to work on devel- 
oping programs to control the effects of the new Title 
V regulation on the residents still on septic systems 
until the 100% completion of the Town's Sewer 
Project 

West Nile Virus EEE /Mosquito Surveillance 
Program 

The Board of Health office is the collection center 
for three towns in the handling of dead birds for the 
West Nile Virus Surveillance Program, however, 
the Massachusetts Department of Public Health put 
this program on hold this fiscal year due to funding 
limitations. 



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Health Department 

Susan Rosa, Manager of 
Healthcare Services / 
Public Health Nurse 

Influenza and Pneumonia Vaccine Program 

The Board of Health sponsored several flu clinics 
this year: 2,359 flu vaccine doses were adminis- 
tered at clinics and 44 persons were immunized with 
pneumonia vaccine. Pneumonia vaccine is offered 
all year long by calling the Board of Health for an 
appointment. 

The Board of Health offered seasonal flu vaccines 
this year for students at both Middle Schools. The 
clinics were held during the school day after receiv- 
ing parental consent. A total of 452 students were 
immunized in the school based program. 

H1N1 ( Swine Flu) Vaccine Program 

From April 2009 through March 2010 the Board of 
Health implemented state regulations around the 
Pandemic Swine Flu. Strict exclusion policies were 
adhered to at all schools. Educational programs were 
held in schools on cough etiquette, hand hygiene, 
and ways to decrease transmission. Once vaccine 
was received, the Board of Health held 26 H1N1 
vaccination clinics. Nurses as well as lay people who 
are members of the Upper Merrimack Valley Medi- 
cal Reserve Corp volunteered at all of these clinics. 
A total of 3,720 H1N1 vaccines were administered. 

Immunization Program 

One hundred seventy immunizations were adminis- 
tered to adults and students in compliance with the 
Massachusetts Immunization Laws and prophylacti- 
cally to residents traveling to underdeveloped coun- 
tries. 




Susan Rosa, Manager of Healthcare Services/ Public Health Nurse 



Hypertension Screening Program 

Blood pressure screening for residents is held the 
first Thursday of every month from 9:00 to 12:00 at 
the Board of Health, Town Offices. Three-hundred 
sixty eight residents attended the screenings this 
year. 

Lead Paint Screening Program 

The Board of Health offers lead paint testing for chil- 
dren between the ages of nine months and six years. 
Residents may call the Board of Health at 978- 
250-5243 and make an appointment with the nurse. 
Three children were screened for lead paint. 

Cholesterol Screening Program 

The Public Health Nurse tries to offer cholesterol 
screenings throughout the year at the Board of 
Health office in the Town Hall. Appointments are 



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needed and a $15.00 fee is required. These screen- 
ings are advertised in the local newspapers, local 
cable television and the Town of Chelmsford web 
page at www.townofchelmsford.us. A total of 84 
screenings were done in 5 clinics. 

Emergency Preparedness 

There is ongoing recruitment for the Upper Mer- 
rimack Valley Medical Reserve Corp, a volunteer 
organization that is tapped into to obtain volunteers 
to help out in a disaster situation. 

The Board of Health continues to promote emer- 
gency preparedness working through the Region 3 
Coalition along with the UMVMRC to educate the 
public on the importance of being prepared for an 
emergency. 



Health Promotion and Education Programs 

• Medical Sharps waste drop-off was initiated for 
town residents. 

• Campaign for a Healthy Heart 
Breast Cancer Awareness 

• CPR/AED Certification for Town Employees/ 
Heart Safe Committee for the Community 

• BOH Inspection of all Summer Camps for Chil- 
dren per State requirements. 

• Wellness Fair held at CHS in March 2010. 
Planned and coordinated with the health curricu- 
lum coordinator and librarian from CHS. Admin- 
istered Adacel vaccines and provided Cholesterol 
screenings to employees. Checked Blood Pres- 
sures on students. Education on healthy eating 
and exercise, stroke awareness, summer dis- 
eases, and cough etiquette. Numerous vendors 
present. 1600 students attended the fair. 

• Administered adult Tdap and Pneumonia vac- 
cines to town employees 

• Attended Mass Forum for Creating Healthier 




Communities Program: Chelmsford formed a 
Coalition for "Healthy Chelmsford" 
Coordinated a town wide Wellness Fair promot- 
ing all aspects of wellness. It was held on May 8, 
2010. 

• Forty vendors attended with educational materi- 
als. Exercise demos on Zumba, Tae Kwon Do, 

• Meditation, Yoga, and Hooping were held 
throughout the event. Approximately 150 resi- 
dents attended on a very rainy day. 

• Educational Program at the Senior Center: Bite 
Back; Don't Let Mosquitoes or Ticks Feed on 
You! 

Communicable Disease Program 

The testing of persons exposed to tuberculosis and 
those persons whose employment requires certifica- 
tion of freedom from disease is one responsibility 
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(TB) tests were administered to persons as required 
for pre-employment, college and also to household 
contacts of active cases in compliance with the Mas- 
sachusetts Department of Public Health regulations. 
Home visits and telephone calls are made to fami- 
lies of active and some inactive cases on a periodic 
basis to insure understanding of the illness and that 
adequate medical follow-up is achieved. Medi- 
cal records are kept and updated on residents who 
have a positive mantoux (TB) test and are receiv- 
ing medication prophylactically and being followed 
radiologically at the Lowell Chest Clinic or other 
chest clinics. When necessary, TB testing is done 
at places of business if employees are exposed to an 
active case of TB. Chelmsford had (4) active cases of 
TB this past year, with two of those cases requiring 
direct observed therapy Monday through Friday for 
medication compliance. 

There were a total of 68 communicable disease case 
reports completed with the two major diseases being 
Lyme Disease and Varicella. 



STATE REQUIRED INVESTIGATIONS 
ON REPORTED INFECTIOUS DISEASES 



Campylobacter Enteritis 


6 


Chicken Pox 


15 


Cryptosporidia 


1 


Giardia 


1 


Group A Strep/Strep Pneumo 


4 


Group B Strep 


3 


Hepatitis B 


3 


Hepatitis C 


9 


Haemophilis Influenza 


1 


Lyme 


12 


Malaria 


2 


Meningitis 


2 


Mumps 


1 


Pertussis 


3 


Rubella 


1 


Salmonella 


4 



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Healthy Chelmsford 

In the fall of 2009 the Town of Chelmsford formed 
a coalition called Healthy Chelmsford. Its mission 
statement: A Community partnership striving to help 
improve health, well-being, and quality of life. Our 
coalition consists of representatives from many of 
our town departments, as well as community part- 
ners from Lowell General Hospital, Saints Memorial 
Medical Center, Trinity Ambulance, Bicycle Pedes- 
trian Advisory Committee, Chelmsford Business As- 
sociation, residents, and student representatives from 
LIVESMART . Four members of our group attended 
The Massachusetts Forum for Creating Healthier 
Communities, a training program that promotes an 
opportunity for learning and positive change. 




One of our first initiatives consisted of having a 
Healthy Chelmsford Wellness Fair in May, 2010. 
This Wellness Fair offered free activities for all ages 
and encouraged everyone to participate in fitness 
demonstrations. Educational information was provid- 
ed on the prevention of many chronic illnesses. Free 
adult tetanus and pneumonia vaccines were offered. 
The event also promoted the enjoyment of relaxation 
techniques, and alternative medicine methods for 
wellness. Attendance was good for a first event. 

As a follow up to this event the Board of Health 
was able to work with a student intern to create a 
survey for adults on what they would like to see 
in our community to assure that we are a healthy 
community. These surveys were distributed at a 4th 
of July annual event and the data was calculated 
for us to evaluate. A separate survey was developed 
for middle and high school students which we are 
hoping to distribute by collaborating with the school 
department health education coordinator. 



able for all residents. 

Healthy Chelmsford members have participated in 
forums that have been hosted by the City of Lowell 
around Opiate Overdose awareness and preven- 
tion. We realize as a group that drug addiction has 
no boundaries from one city or town to the next. 
Chelmsford, like communities around us has an 
issue with opiate addiction and we need to educate 
our community about this problem. In collabora- 
tion with the Lowell Health Department, members 
of Healthy Chelmsford attended a Substance Abuse 
Prevention training program and are planning on 
bringing this program into the schools as well as into 
the community. The first event to promote awareness 
of opiate abuse is scheduled for November, 2010. 
Also planned are several educational programs for 
students on substance abuse awareness which will be 
held during health classes. 



Healthy Chelmsford has also helped to advertise our 
Bruce Freeman Rail Trail and created a brochure 
with information on several walking paths through- 
out all areas of town. This brochure is widely avail- 



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Council on Aging & Elder Services 

Diana Ryder 

Human Services Director 




The Elder Services/Council on Aging is the depart- 
ment primarily responsible for linking older adult 
needs with resources. Our role as a diverse and 
multi-functional organization is constantly changing 
to meet the needs of the adult population it serves. 
Our mission is to provide advocacy and support 
systems for adult citizens, focusing on issues of ag- 
ing by working with them toward the ultimate goal 
of maintaining independence, improvement of their 
quality of life, and preparation for life change. The 
Board's eleven members, appointed by the Town 
Manager, and staff members address the needs and 
concerns of the Chelmsford 9,000+ older adults and 
their families. 

The Wellness programs and services provided by the 
CO A strive to: support frail elders in their homes; 
provide information and assistance to families mak- 
ing life change decisions concerning elder family 
members; provide some supportive services for 
disabled of all ages; empowering consumers; and, 
provide preventive health programming, advocacy, 
education, social, and leisure opportunities for active 
adults. Fostering a sense of community and involve- 
ment through shared experiences guides the Coun- 
cil's activity. 

Most programs and services are provided at the 
Chelmsford Senior Center. Our high level of activ- 




ity would not be possible if not for the 253 volun- 
teers who donated over 16,875 hours of their time, 
saving the Town $250,93 1 in services and support. 
Additionally, the Merrimack Valley Visiting Nurse 
Association, Inc., Merrimack Valley Elder Services, 
Merrimack Valley Legal Project, Community Team- 
work's RSVP program, several Assisted Living 
communities, and many doctors and other health care 
professionals, local agencies and other town depart- 
ments also provided "in-kind" services to benefit our 
older residents. 

What Was New in FY2010? 

We documented 26,500 visits by consumers to the 
senior center to participate in programs or receive 
services. 

The COA department provided 48, 452 units of 
service to 3,192 individuals in FY01. The Executive 



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Office of Elder Affairs requires us to maintain this 
type of statistical information. They define a unit of 
service as 'the number of individual contacts, hours, 
rides, meals, classes, etc.' 

The Elder Advocates accessed in excess of $140,000 
in entitlement benefits for senior citizens in the areas 
of: food stamps, Massachusetts Health, SSI, SSD, 
fuel assistance, Medicare programs, Good Neighbor 
Energy, Merrimack Valley Elder Services Emergency 
Fund, and by processing 63 Senior Pharmacy ap- 
plications. The SHINE counselors also assisted in 
saving seniors money through assessments of their 
Medigap policies. 

This year we fostered more Intergenerational Pro- 
grams, successfully placed 150 participants in the 
"Property Tax Rebate" program, initiated a Handy- 
man program, formalized our medical equipment 
loan program, gave the senior center a face lift with 
new carpet and paint due to a sprinkler system mal- 
function, co-sponsored two Bone Builders classes, 
and celebrated the Senior Center's 20th Birthday. 

In the coming year we will continue to advocate for 
seniors: against further decimation of health benefits 
through Medicare and Medigap policies; continue 
to gather information from Chelmsford's seniors 
regarding their needs; continue the senior center ac- 
creditation process; and, continue assisting seniors 
and families in providing services that will assist 
them "Aging in Place" safely in their homes. 

We want to especially thank outgoing Board mem- 
bers for their service. Those who have completed 
their service this year are: Paul Sweeney, Diana 
Boisvert, Hank McCall, and Enid Rocha. We wish 
them the best in their future endeavors. 

The Chelmsford COA is challenged to offer service 
and support to a rapidly growing population with the 




accompanying budget cuts and state of the economy. 
We welcome input from the community and encour- 
age your comments, suggestions or complaints, as 
well as, participation. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Diana Ryder, Director 

Council on Ag in g Board 

Paul Sweeney, Chair 

Gail Beaudoin 

Diana Boisvert 

Walter Cinsavich 

Denise Marcaurelle 

Richard Curtin 

Hank McCall 

Louise Myers 

Mary Jane Rainge 

Enid Rocha 

Janet Lovely 



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Veterans ' Services 

Regina Jackson 
Veterans 'Agent 



The Chelmsford Veterans' Services Office provides 
short-term financial assistance to eligible veterans and 
their families as mandated by Massachusetts General Law 
Chapter 115. The Chapter 1 1 5 program is a public as- 
sistance program run by the State. We can assist eligible, 
needy veterans with a monthly allowable grant and some 
medical coverage. The amount of assistance depends on 
the budget standards set by the Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts Department of Veterans' Service. The State 
will reimburse Chelmsford for 75% of authorized benefits 
paid out. 

In fiscal year 2010 Chelmsford paid out $90,754.00 to 
1 8 veterans and widows/ surviving spouses eligible for 
the Chapter 115 assistance. The benefit is paid out on a 
monthly basis. The Town will get back $68,064.00 of 
that amount. This is the maximum 75% reimbursement 
allowed by the State. In FY' 10 we had more veterans / 
widows seeking assistance for longer periods of time. The 
Chapter 1 1 5 program provides a limited safety net for 
veterans from the State & Town. 

Federal VA benefits can have a more significant impact 
for the veteran and the community. The number of vet- 
erans eligible for Federal VA benefits is always a small 
percentage of the total number of veterans in the commu- 
nity. Almost all VA benefits must be applied for - they are 
not automatic. This office helps any Chelmsford veteran 
dealing with the VA claims process. The claims may be 
an initial filing, reopen a disability claim for increase, 
appeals on denied claims, hearings with the Regional 
Office or hearings before the Board of Veterans Appeals. 
The VA periodically takes a 'snapshot' of the total amount 
of Federal Veterans benefits that flow into a commu- 
nity. The latest figures are from 12/2009. The amount of 
Federal VA money that flows annually into Chelmsford is 
$4,109,616.00 as disbursed to 325 Veterans and 99 wid- 
ows/ surviving family members living in Chelmsford. 




This office also processes applications for State Veterans' 
Bonuses and Annuities, the latest being the 'Welcome 
Home Bonus'. Also there have been some significant 
positive changes in some of the property tax exemptions 
affecting veterans and their surviving spouses (specifical- 
ly clause 22D). Working with the Chelmsford Assessors 
office we are attempting to identify the eligible homeown- 
er taxpayers in Chelmsford. We are also working closely 
with the Chelmsford Housing Authority to address the 
housing needs of our veterans. 

Our office coordinates the Chelmsford Veterans Day 
Observance, which is always held at Veterans' Memorial 
Park on the 1 1th of November at 1 1 :00AM ( 1 1/1 1 at 1 1 ). 
All are welcome! 

Veterans' Services is located at Town Offices, 50 Billerica 
Road. The office is open Monday through Friday 9:00AM 
- 5:00PM, evening hours are also available. If you are un- 
able to visit the office, please call and I would be happy to 
schedule a home visit. 978-250-5238, rjackson@townof- 
chelmsford.us. Thank you. 

Regina B. Jackson, Veterans Agent 



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Chelmsford Housing A uthority 

David Hedison 
Director 



The Chelmsford Housing Authority continues to make 
progress in meeting the needs of families, seniors and the 
disabled in need of affordable housing. This year we be- 
gan construction on our new CHOICE Center that will be 
home to at least 42 seniors. In addition, we have secured 
funding for five new family housing units, 8 new units of 
veterans housing and have applied for an additional 1 00 
units of Section 8. Our agency continues to grow to meet 
the increased need for affordable housing in Chelmsford. 

Currently, there are over 150 applicants on the waiting list 
for senior housing. Our senior housing locations are lo- 
cated at McFarlin Manor - 10 Wilson Street, Chelmsford 
Arms - 1 Smith Street, Delaney Terrace - 8 Sheila Ave 
and North Village - 20 Sheila Ave. We currently offer 
case management, adult day health, beauty parlors, clus- 
tered home care services, meals programs and in some 
locations 24/7 staffing. We have been selected as one of 
the fifteen agencies in the United States that will be part 
of the Collage Project. The Collage Project will entail the 
collection of very detailed information from the current 
tenants and generate a detailed service plan that will assist 
our agency in securing funds from numerous foundations. 
This international project is groundbreaking and the fact 
that our agency was selected as one of the participants is 
quite exciting. 

The Section 8 Program assists over 556 families/elderly/ 
disabled in the area with rental assistance to live in a pri- 
vate apartment. We have placed Section 8 Vouchers into 
The Kensington, Princeton Commons and The Meadows 
to make the rental units truly affordable. The waiting 
list for one of these units is in excess of three years. The 
waiting list for Section 8 is over 7 to 10 years. We have 
over 1 , 1 00 applicants that have a local preference. We 
continue to provide the Family Self Sufficiency Program 
and help over 30 families improve their education and 



skills with the hopes of moving them towards homeown- 
ership. 

The Authority serves as the Management Agent to the 
Town for monitoring the Affordable Homeownership 
Units and Affordable Rental Units located in Chelmsford. 
We have had less than 8 re-sales over the past year. We 
continue to play a significant role in making sure any 
proposed 40B projects are truly affordable to the residents 
of Chelmsford. 

Members of the staff include David J. Hedison, Execu- 
tive Director, Connie Donahue, Deputy Director, Kristin 
Roberts, Finance Manager and twelve additional staff 
members. Regular meetings are held at McFarlin Manor, 
10 Wilson Street at 5:00 p.m., on the first Monday each 
month. The Annual Meeting is the first Monday in May. 
All meetings are open to the public. The Chelmsford 
Housing Authority Board of Commissioners would like to 
thank the residents of Chelmsford and Town Officials for 
their continued support and cooperation. 



Chelmsford Housing A uthority 
Board of Commissioners 

Gail Beaudoin Chairman 2012 

Denise Marcaurelle Vice Chairman 2015 

Georgi Mueller Treasurer 2011 

Mary St. Hilaire Asst. Treasurer 2013 

Michael Murray Governor's Appt. 2013 



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Arts & Technology Education Fund 




Kirk Marshall 
Chairman 



The 1 996 Spring Town Meeting approved an amendment 
to their General By-Laws by adding Section 13 to Article 
VII entitled Chelmsford Arts and Technology Education 
Funds ( ATEF) through the combined efforts of Evelyn 
Thoren and George Ripsom. The purpose of this fund is 
to provide supplemental funding to support local educa- 
tional initiatives and projects. Thanks to your generosity 
and support the ATEF has received over $70,000 since its 
inception in November 1996. The committee is currently 
working on investment strategies and researching other 
financial resources in order to create a lasting fund and 
insure continued and consistent awards. The ATEF has 
developed a website that makes all our applications and 
information available at the Town of Chelmsford website. 
Chelmsford is the first town to have a By-Law in place 
that specifies the application process, committee make-up 
and limitations. The Spring Town Meeting 2006 approved 
the first amendment to the By-Law by adding an addi- 
tional two members to the committee. The Spring 2010 
Applications and copies of the applications along with the 
By-Law were distributed in January 2010 to each school 
through hard copy and email. The committee received 
completed applications by March 31, 2010. Teach- 
ers and School Councils apply for these funds. Project 
Summary forms are required from current and previous 
awardees prior to consideration for any additional future 
new projects. Awards were announced at the Board of 
Selectmen's Meeting in June 2010. The next applications 
will be distributed in January 201 1 and the deadline for 
the next academic year is March 31,2011. The concept 
of using tax check-offs for an alternative funding source 
for education was initiated by Arlington's veteran Town 
Treasurer, John Bilafer, under a Home Rule Petition many 
years ago. Since this was accepted, numerous towns 
in Massachusetts have adopted the statute Chapter 60. 
Chelmsford became involved in the process of adopting 
Chapter 60 through the efforts of Anthony Volpe, a past 
member of the Chelmsford School Committee. Chelms- 



ford uses a separate tear-off sheet in the excise and real 
estate tax bills as the method to elicit voluntary contri- 
butions to enhance the education of Chelmsford Public 
School students. The collected money does not become 
part of the school budget. The Town Treasurer disperses 
the funds under the direction of the ATEF Committee. 
Information sheets are available in the Town Offices. 
The contributions that you give have and will continue to 
make a difference in the education of our children . . . our 
future taxpayers. 

2010 ATEF GRANT RECIPIENTS 

BYAM SCHOOL 

Kristen Babson & Terry Driscoll 

Reading Comprehension with Non-Fiction Texts, $750 

Brenna Maguire & Lisa Thomas-Boyle 

Non-Fiction Texts for Proficient Literacy, $500 

Marie O'Donnell & Melissa Gridley 

Guided Reading Book Room, $750 

HIGH SCHOOL 

Carol Bruell 

Digital Microscopy, $750 

PARKER MIDDLE SCHOOL 

Jennifer Maggio Salmon 

Multi Media Projector, $650 

Eric Linsner 

Digital Recording Technology, $750 

SOUTH ROW 

Allison T. Lacasse 

Music/Performance Technology, $575 

2010 ATEF MEMBERS 

Beverly Barrett, Secretary 

Glenn Doherty 

Patricia Dzuris 

Kirk Marshall, Chairman 

George Ripsom 

Colleen Stansfield 

Angelo Taranto 

Evelyn S. Thoren 

Superintendent Of Schools, Dr. Don Yeoman 



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Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee 

Thomas Gazda, Chairman 




Bruce Freeman 



Rail Trail 



The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee was 
formed to work to improve bicycling and pedestrian 
conditions in the Town of Chelmsford. Its long-term goal 
is to help make Chelmsford a bicycle and pedestrian 
friendly community where users of motorized and non- 
motorized means of transportation can safely share the 
roads in town. The Committee has continued the work 
from its first year in a number of areas. 

The four elementary schools were signed up to the Safe 
Routes to Schools Program in the previous year and ef- 
forts continued to bring the two middles schools on board. 
This program, managed by the Massachusetts Executive 
Office of Transportation, promotes healthy alternatives 
for children and parents in their travel to and from school. 
It educates students, parents and community members 
on the value of walking and bicycling for travel to and 
from school. Going forward, BPAC will be working with 
the schools to identify grant opportunities through this 
program that can support bicycle and pedestrian related 
initiatives and amenities that enhance the safety of side- 
walks and crossings so that more school children will be 
able to walk or ride bicycles to get to school. 

The committee is also working to identify other types 
of grant opportunities that the Town can pursue and use 
to fund improvements to bicycle and pedestrian ameni- 
ties in Town. These could include sidewalk construction, 
crosswalk improvement and pedestrian signage and signal 
improvements. A committee member has completed a 
grant writing course that will help the committee more 
effectively research grant opportunities that might be ap- 
plied for and to assist in preparation of grant submissions 
either by the committee or appropriate town departments. 

BPAC has applied for and was successful in obtaining a 
grant of 125 helmets from the Massachusetts Executive 




Office of Public Safety and Security - Highway Safety 
Division. The helmets will be distributed to bicycle riders 
who do not have a helmet in mid summer 2010 to encour- 
age safe riding of bicycles and protect against injuries in a 
fall or collision. 

During the year, the BPAC submitted input on a several 
projects to the appropriate Boards and Town Departments 
concerning new developments and the creation of new fa- 
cilities on Town owned property. BPAC advised the Plan- 
ning Board to require the developer of an office building 
in the Town Center to incorporate bicycle racks into the 
plan, given its proximity to the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail 
as a means to encourage the use of non-motorized trans- 
portation to reach this building. BPAC also endorsed a 
Planning Board initiative to connect this property to the 
Old Town Hall Parking lot, creating an off-road means of 
access to the property. The committee also offered input 
including bicycle rack recommendations regarding the 
construction of a parking lot at Sunny Meadow Farm and 
safety and motor vehicle restrictions for a connecting path 
from this lot and Robin Hill Road to the Rail Trail. Initial 



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input has also been provided to the Permanent Building 
Committee requesting consideration of the incorporation 
of bicycle racks into the plans for restoring the Old Town 
Hall in Chelmsford Center and the Town Hall in North 
Chelmsford. 

The committee maintains a web page on the Town 
website at http://www.townofchelmsford.us/Bicycle.cfm 
with valuable information and important links related to 
bicycle and pedestrian issues, rules, safety guidelines and 
various activities. Monthly publication of the Steps & 
Spokes column in the Chelmsford Independent has been 
continued to provide residents with valuable and timely 
information related to bicycle and pedestrian issues, 
including safety, bicycle maintenance, appropriate dress 
for visibility, construction projects, and the Rail Trail. In 
addition, the Committee has placed articles of interest in 
the quarterly Community Newsletter published by the 
Community Education Department. 

The Committee has also been active in contributing to 
the revision of the Town's Master Plan. In particular, the 
committee contributed numerous recommendations to 
the Transportation section of the plan. The goal of the 
committee is to be sure that the Revised Master Plan for 
the next 1 years and beyond gives significant attention to 
alternative forms of transportation with plans to promote 
non-motorized modes of transportation. This includes im- 
proving sidewalks and crosswalks, providing pedestrian 
links between commercial and residential properties and 
encouraging the village concept, particularly in the town 
centers. 

Many activities have been undertaken regarding the 
Bruce Freeman Rail Trail as BPAC has a role to coordi- 
nate maintenance and policing the trail. Efforts included 
the establishment of Trail Rules and coordination of the 
manufacture and installation of Rules Signage at key 
locations on the Trail and working with the Department of 
Public Works to address safety and maintenance inci- 
dents as they occur. The committee also spearheaded an 
effort to create an Event Registration process for groups 
of more than 25 participants wanting to use the trail for 
organized events. Other activities included organizing 



and participating in fall and spring trail counts to docu- 
ment the level of trail usage, addressing signage, crossing 
and safety issues at key trail intersections, particularly in 
Chelmsford Center and near Fletcher Street. 

For the coming year, the Committee will continue its 
efforts to add the middle schools to the Safe Routes to 
Schools program, development and documentation of 
bike routes, and completing its input to the updating of 
the Town's Master Plan. This plan is expected to include 
the recommendation for the formation of a detailed Bi- 
cycle and Pedestrian Plan for the Town and the committee 
expects to play a major role in this effort. The committee 
will also continue to respond to resident concerns regard- 
ing bicycle and pedestrian safety and monitor issues 
related to the operation of town roads and the installation 
and maintenance of sidewalks, crosswalks and signage 
with the goal of enhancing bicycle and pedestrian safety 
in the Town. The committee will also be investigating op- 
portunities to assist in bringing grant money to the Town 
that can be used for improving bicycle and pedestrian 
amenities and safety. 

The BPAC thanks the Town Manager, Board of Select- 
men, Town Engineering Department, Department of 
Public Works and all town officials for their continuing 
support of this committee and its efforts. 
Respectfully submitted, 

Thomas E. Gazda, Chairman 

Chelmsford Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee 

2010 BPAC MEMBERS 

Thomas E. Gazda, Chairman 

J. Michael Garvin, Vice Chairman 

Karen Taylor, Secretary 

Shaun Berry 

Jennifer Bristol 

Michael Koziel 

Cynthia McLain 

Ken VanTassell 



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Cultural Council 



Kathy Cryan-Hicks& 
Jay V. Lee, Co-Chairs 



The Chelmsford Cultural Council awards grant funds 
annually to artists and organizations that help build and 
contribute to the vibrant cultural community in Chelms- 
ford. Our Council is committed to funding a cross section 
of local artists, educational projects, and collaborative 
proposals that bring together artists, organizations and 
local cultural groups in projects that serve the residents 
of Chelmsford. State funding through the MCC provides 
cultural funding for 335 local cultural councils with pro- 
grams in all 35 1 cities and towns in our state. The MCC is 
the only state arts agency in the nation that provides both 
funding and local control for all its communities. The 
Council appreciates the support it has received from the 
Town of Chelmsford each year and submits this report to 
provide a summary of our performance and activity. 

Grant Activity 

In FY 2010, the Council received $ 7270 from the MCC, 
to which we added $730 of our own funds to support 1 7 
grant applications with a total of $8,000. In FY 2010, the 
Chelmsford Cultural Council allocated funding to support 
the following grant applications: 

Judith Buswick 

"The Biography of Sally Palmer Field" 

Sharon Calitri 

Design for Book, "Chelmsford 1910-1970" 

Chelmsford Public Library 
Town Wide History Project 

Richard Clark 
"Educating Rita" (Theater) 

Contemporary Arts International CAI 
Grand Opening Events (Multidisciplinary) 





Chelmsford Cultura 

Council.com 






John Dearden 

Concert and Dance at the Senior Center 

Denise Doucette 

Musical Programs at local nursing home 

Friends of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail 
Chelmsford Center Artwalk (Visual Arts) 

Hands on History 7th Mass Regiment 
Hands on History-Continental Soldiers 

Dawn Kelley 

"Music is Love" Music and Magic Show 

"Let's Gogh Art Let's Gogh Green" 

(Multidisciplinary) 

Jeffrey Lipsky 

"Artists in the Visual World" (Media Arts) 

Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra Youth Concerto Competi- 
tion and Concert 

Massachusetts Horticultural Society 
"Flower to Seed and Back Again" (Science) 

Robert Creeley Foundation, Inc. 

1 0th Annual Creeley Poetry Award (Humanities) 



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Cultural Council 



Aline Shiner - "Music Together" 
Westford Chorus Holiday Concert 

In addition to these culturally rich programs, our council 
also organized and hosted its 14th annual Chelmsford 
Photography Contest on the first weekend of February as 
part of the town's WinterFest activities. The contest and 
exhibit were held at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts. 
Ribbons and cash prizes were awarded for Professional, 
Amateur, Student, and People's Choice Categories. The 
winning photographs from each category were also dis- 
played at the Chelmsford Public Library. 

Professional 

1st Place - Robert Moll 

People's Choice - Lee Fortier 

Amateur 

1st Place - Peter Lee 

People's Choice - Jenn Holden 

Student 

1st Place - Lucy Schultz 

People's Choice - Lucy Schultz 



Recruiting efforts and current members: 
The Council is actively seeking new members to keep 
our increasing activities running smoothly. The Council 
participated in the annual Volunteer Fair at the Senior 
Center in March in hopes of finding new members. A new 
brochure was created for this event. 



CURRENT MEMBERS 

Kathy Cryan-Hicks, 

Co-Chair, Display Case Coordinator 

Jay Lee, Co-Chair 

Renaldo Aristud, Treasurer 

Lisbeth Peterson, Secretary 

Elizabeth Broderick 

Bruce Magnuson 

Carol Roche 
Linda- Jean Smith 



The Chelmsford Cultural Council maintains a website 
to help keep residents informed about our grant program 
and other Cultural Council sponsored programs. In April 
2010, the Council added a Facebook profile to increase its 
web presence even further, 
website: www.chelmsfordculturalcouncil.com 

In May 2010, the Council put out a Call to Artists for il- 
lustrations to be used in an illustrated edition of "Chelms- 
ford," a poem about the history of Chelmsford written 
by resident Tom Ryan in 2004. The Council received 
30 drawings and utilized all of them in the book. The 
Chelmsford Friends of the Library helped to fund the 
printing of the book. Copies of the finished book were 
distributed to the author and illustrating artists, town 
libraries, school libraries, Council members and to the 
public (at the 2010 Fourth of July events). Donations 
were accepted and put toward the Council's fundraising 
account for future community activities. 



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Parade Committee 



Lynn Marcella, 

Parade Mama 

Jeff Hardy & Brian Reidy 

Co-Chairmen 



The Chelmsford Parade Committee, Inc. recently 
coordinated their fourth Independence Day Parade 
for the Town of Chelmsford, and it was a great day! 
Co-chairs, Jeff Hardy and Brian Reidy, along with 
committee members: Jim Cullen, Bill Dalton, Mark 
Duffy, Janet Granata, Hank Hamelin, Doug Hausler, 
Clare Jeannotte, Kathy Kelley, Shirley Kimball, Joan 
Lessard, Chuck Marcella, Lynn Marcella, Barbara 
Porter, Rick Romano, Steve Simone and our liaison, 
Town Manager Paul Cohen, started work on the pa- 
rade last September! 

Again this year we had cash raffle with prizes of 
$1,000; $500; and 5 - $100 prizes and again this year 
the support from the community was phenomenal 
with thousands of tickets returned! We also had 
a Sports Extravaganza Raffle in which the winner 
got: 2 - Red Sox tickets; 2 - Boston Bruins tickets; 
2 - Boston Celtics tickets; 2 - New England Patri- 
ots tickets and 2 - New England Revolution tickets! 
The winners were all from Chelmsford and included: 
Sports Raffle - Bernadette Gilet; $1,000 - Beth 
Benoit; $500 - Bob Devaney; $100 - Elaine Ham- 
wey; $100 - Joseph Carelli; $100 - Barry & Sharon 
Bishop; $100 - D. Rand and $100 - Paul Rigazio. 

The Parade Marshal this year was Dr. Stuart Weis- 
feldt. Dr. Weisfeldt served on the board of selectmen 
and has been involved in many other community 
activities, too numerous to mention! People have 
been heard to say he delivered half the residents of 
Chelmsford! Congratulations, Dr. Weisfeldt! 




The Chelmsford Business Association float this year 
was a flatbed truck decorated with flags and bunting 
carrying our own Parade Co-Chair Jeff Hardy and 
his band "Joe's Attic"! The band sounded great in 
the parade and played a couple of numbers after the 
parade before we had the raffles. 

New to the parade this year was the Eclairs Drum 
and Bugle Corp. from Canada. Chelmsford's own 
Rick Larrimore who does a terrific Rod Stewart im- 
personation was back again by popular demand! 

The creative side certainly came out in our commu- 
nity with a wide variety of floats that were created 
by local cub scouts, businesses and non-profit orga- 
nizations. Prizes were awarded for first, second, and 
third. 

Many Veteran groups participated this year by 
marching and riding on floats. Some of these in- 
cluded soldiers from local American Legion posts, 
Korean War Veterans, Vietnam Veterans, U.S. Ma- 
rine Corps., Army National Guard and members of 
several Medical Reserve Corps. 

Another first for us! Newly elected U.S. Senator 



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Scott Brown was in the parade. We believe it was 
the first time a U.S. Senator was in our parade - he 
was great and spent lots of time shaking hands and 
having pictures taken. Being an election year, we 
also had quite a large group of candidates for many 
local and state positions in the parade also. 

This year we held a Chelmsford Idol contest, 
"Chelmsford Stars Come 4th" at the Performing Arts 
Center at Chelmsford High School, to determine who 
would sing during the activities on the 4th and 5th of 
July. Congratulations to the winners in the three age 
categories: High School (a tie!): Pepa Salvia and 
trio Courtney L'Hussier, Amanda L'Hussier & Alison 
Moran; Middle School: Gabriella Huggler (she won 
last year also!) and Elementary: Sachi Badola. We 
were amazed at the talent in our town! Hopefully 
this will continue to be an annual event! Thanks to 
Marian Currier, Tricia Dzuris and Jeanne Parziale 
at the Town Manager's office for coordinating this 
event! 

Thanks to the following for sponsoring bands in 
this year's parade: Trinity EMS, Enterprise Bank, 
Triangle Servicenter, Chelmsford Independent, 
Chelmsford Business Association, Lampert, Hausler 
& Rodman, Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank, Eastern 
Bank, Harrington Wine & Liquors, Best Western 
Chelmsford Inn and Aggregate Industries. Thank 
you also to 3M Company who sponsored the 3M 
NASCAR Race Car. They are celebrating their 50th 
Anniversary in Chelmsford. 

Thank you also to all our Banner Sponsors, these 
banners are hanging on the green light poles in 
Chelmsford Center and will be there until fall. They 
included: Christopher's Towing, Inc., Guaetta & 
Benson, LLC, Dun-Rite Landscaping, Chelmsford 
Dental Associates, Mercury Computer Systems, 
ABC Payroll, J.P. Rivard Trailer Sales, Inc., Workers 
Credit Union, Enterprise Bank, Chelmsford Business 



Association, Countryside Veterinary, The Kydd Fam- 
ily, Mike & Joann Sargent, John & Linda Chemaly, 
Trinity EMS, Harrington Wine & Liquors, Harold 
& Dottie Kecy, Drs. Gilchrist & Sevigny, Lowell 
Five Cent Savings Bank, Gentle Arms Daily Trans- 
portation, Briss Orthodontics, Chelmsford Storage 
Solutions, Comcast/Xfinity, Jeanne D'Arc Credit 
Union, Beacon Federal, Bill & Linda Dalton, Sal's 
Pizza, Emanouil Family, Green Lawn Company, 
Chelmsford Independent, Glenview Pub and Restau- 
rant, Lowell General Hospital, State Representatives 
Arciero, Atkins, Golden & Nagle, United Parcel 
Service and Chelmsford Telemedia. 

Special thanks to John Harrington and the staff at 
Harrington Wine and Liquors for all they do to help 
make this parade one of the best in Massachusetts! 
Most important thanks to the residents of Chelmsford 
and the surrounding communities who purchased raf- 
fle tickets and came to the parade! We have all been 
appointed again and are already planning for 201 1 ! 
We hope you enjoyed the day as much as we did! ! 

Thank you to everyone for your support! Jeff Hardy, 
Lynn Marcella, Brian Reidy 




Chelmsford Stars Come 4th 2010 Winners: Courtney L 'Hussier, Aman- 
da L 'Hussier & Alison Moran; Gabriella Huggler; Sachi Badola & 
Pepa Salvia also pictured is finalist Sindhu Anandaraj 



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Public Library 

Becky Legros Herrmann 
Library Director 



It was a dark and stormy night. . . the wind was howling, 
the waves were crashing on the rocks - the patients in the 
insane asylum were restless. A typical night at the library? 
Not exactly. . . but over the last year Chelmsford Library 
patrons were transported to just such a setting as they 
read- "Shutter Island" by Dennis Lehane, the One Book 
Chelmsford community reading selection. This was our 
fourth town-wide reading program and all of Lehane's 
works - including "Mystic River", "Gone, Baby, Gone" 
and "Any Given Day" proved very popular. In June, we 
were fortunate to host author Dennis Lehane for a crowd 
of 600 enthusiastic fans at the Chelmsford Performing 
Arts Center. (For more details or to nominate a title for 
this coming year's program, check out the library website 
at www.chelmsfordlibrary.org) - Other programs related 
to One Book Chelmsford included: CSI Chelmsford, a 
talk about the Boston Harbor Islands, a program on writ- 
ing killer mysteries and a lecture on crime novelists. 

In addition to the One Book activities, 800 programs were 
offered over the course of the year beginning with our 
Worldwide Wednesday music series at MacKay that fea- 
tured gospel, Japanese drumming, music from the Andes 
and the popular Grupo Fantasia - a salsa band. Our art 
and music receptions are still a favorite with our patrons. 
This year we not only hosted individual artists and local 
organizations, we also collaborated with area organiza- 
tions such as the Chelmsford Art Society and the Golden 
Chain Garden club. We also (for the second time) hosted 
the congressional art show for the Fifth District. We 
worked with the MA Municipal Association on an energy- 
saving seminar. We collaborated with the Chelmsford 
School District's music department for a series of student 
concerts. We had three special genealogy programs, a 
topic that continues to fill the house. We responded to 
community needs by joining forces with The Techni- 
cal Skills Share Group that is working with high tech 
professionals in job transition to share and update their 




skills. We continue to work with the Chelmsford Cultural 
Council, hosting their grant-funded programs and with 
the newly-formed Chelmsford Center for the Arts to bring 
collaborative arts programming to the Chelmsford com- 
munity. 

We partnered with the Lowell Poetry Network to spon- 
sor three programs —renowned poets - Jack McCarthy, 
Tom Daley and performance poet Michael Mack. We 
were also one of the partners of the Massachusetts Poetry 
Festival. One of our traditional activities - story time got 
a new spin on it this year when library staffers from the 
public and school libraries filmed half hour story times 
with the help of Chelmsford Telemedia. Tune in to Chan- 
nel 22 on Sunday through Thursday at 7 PM and check it 
out! We also worked with Chelmsford Telemedia to film a 
show called "The Magic of Story," showcasing the talents 
of an afterschool storytelling troupe - watch for these 
shows this fall or check them out at the library. We will 
have copies available. 

Additional improvements to service include: 

An upgrade to our WiFi to provide more reliable ac- 
cess in all rooms of the Main Library and at Mackay. 

Ebooks are now available in addition to the down- 
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• A new dababase of technology books called Safari 
which gives access to a large collection of reliable, 
up-to-date content for technology, business & man- 
agement professionals. 

• A new online room reservation system that makes it 
easier for non-profit groups to know at a glance what 
meeting rooms are available and gives them the abil- 
ity to reserve meeting rooms themselves. Our meeting 
rooms were used 1 ,966 times in the past year. 

This past year library staffer Brian Herzog, Head of the 
Reference Department was recognized as one of the 
"Movers and Shakers" in the library world by the national 
publication "Library Journal." 

The Chelmsford Public Library and the Chelmsford 
Friends of the Library were also recognized for the 
Friends-sponsored "Clean and Green" series highlighting 
sustainable living— co-sponsored by the town's Recy- 
cling Department and Chelmsford CAN — a chapter of 
MCAN -Mass Climate Action Network. The library and 
the Friends received a $5000 grant from Constellation 
Energy. It will be used to secure additional speakers on 
everything from global warming to Project Laundry for 
the popular series. Our "Now It's Your Turn" reader's 
advisory grant spawned a series of brown bag lunch 
get-togethers where patrons and library staff shared book 
recommendations. The grant was such a success that we 
are continuing this idea on a quarterly basis, with funding 
from the Friends of the Library as needed. Other grants 
include: a Bill Gates Foundation grant awarded to up- 
grade computers at the MacKay Library and a Cultural 
Council grant to purchase indexing software. With the 
software, we will undertake the next phase of the town- 
wide history project documenting collections of town and 
community groups and organizations. 

Grants are only part of the story. The Friends of the 
Library contributed their share by raising a little over 
$27,000 in their annual September book sale. This is 
greatly appreciated, as the Friends fund all of our pro- 
grams, activities, author visits, lectures, musicians, magi- 




cians, puppeteers and storytellers. There is no municipal 
budget for these items. 

With the continuing budget crunch, we were especially 
grateful for the 241 volunteers who worked 5,804 hours 
for us - the volunteer hours really do make a difference, 
especially on a busy day! In addition to working at the 
book sale, helping with displays, shelving books, deliver- 
ing books to nursing homes and helping with children's 
craft activities - a group of volunteers has also been help- 
ing add more and more historical information to Chelms- 
fordhistory.org, the website of Chelmsford's Town-wide 
History. A warm thank you goes out to all who share their 
time with us. We very much appreciate it! 

From July 2009 to June 2010, your public library... 

Checked in and out.. .563,825 books, DVDs and other 

items 

Lent and borrowed... 131,333 items through Interlibrary 

Loan (ILL) 

Gave out... 1313 new library cards 

Welcomed... 225, 965 visitors 

Answered... 24, 923 reference questions 

We are still the busiest library in the Merrimack 
Valley Consortium! 



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Credits 




Cover: 

Many thanks to all the residents 
that submitted photographs for the 
2010 Annual Town Report. The 
photograph on the cover was taken 
by Tom Christiano of Drew Circle 

The Town Manager's Office is 
seeking photographs of any events 
or places around Town. If you 
would like any of your photo- 
graphs to be considered for future 
Annual Town Reports or featured 
on the Town of Chelmsford web- 
site, please email them to: 
tdzuris@townofchelmsford.us. 

Other Photographs: 

Fred Merriam, Lovett Lane 
Donald Miffitt, Thomas Drive 

Merrimack Valley Medical 
Reserve Corp. 

Chelmsford Public Library 

Chelmsford Independent 
www.wickedlocal.com/chelmsford 




Town of Chelmsford Website: 

www.townofchelmsford.us 

Town Related Links : 

Chelmsford Public Schools 
www.chelmsford.kl2.ma.us/ 

Nashoba Tech High School 
www. nashobatech . mec . edu/ 

Chelmsford Public Library 
www.chelmsfordlibrary.org/ 

Chelmsford Telemedia 
www.chelmsfordtv.org/ 

Chelmsford Community Calendar 
calendar.chelmsfordtv.org/ 

Open Space Stewarship 
www.thechelmsfordian.com/ 

Chelmsford Parade Committee 
www.chelmsfordparade.com/ 

Merrimack Valley Medical 

Reserve Corp. 

www. merrimackvalleymrc . org/ 



Bob Joyce, 
Chelmsfordmassnews.com 

Phil Stanway, 
thechelmsfordian.com 



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Town Departments & Services 

Accounting 250-5215 

Animal Control 256-0754 

Assessors 250-5220 

Appeals, Board of 250-5231 

Auditor 250-5215 

Building Inspector 250-5225 

Cemeteries 250-5245 

Clerk, Town 250-5205 

Community Development 250-5231 

Community Education 251-5151 

Conservation Commission 250-5248 

Council on Aging / Senior Center 251-0533 

Emergencies (Police, Fire, EMS) 9-1-1 

Engineers, Public Works 250-5228 

Fire Department 250-5265 

Fire Prevention 251-4288 

Gas Inspector 250-5225 

Health Department 250-5241 

Highway Division, Public Works 250-5270 

Housing Authority, Chelmsford 256-7425 

Human Resources 250-5288 

Libraries: Adams (Main) 256-5521 

McKay 251-3212 

Municipal Facilities 244-3379 

Permits, Building 250-5225 

Planning Board 250-5231 

Plumbing Inspector 250-5225 

Police Department 256-2521 

Public Buildings 244-3379 

Public Works 250-5228 

Purchasing 250-5289 

Recycling & Solid Waste 250-5203 

Schools, Chelmsford Public 251-5100 

Selectmen, Board of 250-5201 

Senior Center 251-0533 

Sewer Commission 250-5233 

Sewer Operations 250-5297 

Solid Waste/Recycling 250-5203 

Tax Collector/Treasurer 250-5210 

Town Clerk & Registrars 250-5205 

Town Engineer 250-5228 

Town Manager 250-5201 

Treasurer/Tax Collector 250-5210 

Veterans' Agent 250-5238 

Voter Registration 250-5205 



Utilities & Other Useful Numbers 

Allied Waste 800-442-9006 

Cable Access/Telemedia 978-251-5143 

Cable Television/Comcast 888-663-4266 

Chelmsford Water Districts 

Center District 978-256-2381 

East District 978-453-0121 

North District 978-251-3931 

Citizen Information (State) 800-392-6090 

Chelmsford Country Club 978-256-1818 

Chelmsford Forum Rink 978-670-3700 

Integrated Paper Recycling 800-933-3128 

Fuel Assistance (CTI) 877-451-1082 

National Grid (Gas) 800-548-8000 

National Grid (Electric) 800-322-3223 

Trinity EMS, Inc 978-441-9999 

Post Office (Center) 978-256-2670 

Post Office (North) 978-251-3146 

Registry of Motor Vehicles 800-858-3926 

Verizon (Telephone, Internet) 800-870-9999 

Federal and State Officials 

U.S. Sen. John Kerry 617-565-8519 

U.S. Sen. Scott Brown 617-565-3170 

U.S. Congress Niki Tsongas 978-459-0101 

State Senator Susan Fargo 617-722-1572 

State Representatives: 

Rep. Cory Akins 617-722-8692 

(Precincts 1, 9) 

Rep. Thomas A. Golden Jr 617-722-2450 

(Precincts 2, 6, 8) 

Rep. James Arciero 617-722-2320 

(Precincts 3, 5, 7) 

Rep. David Nangle 617-722-2020 

(Precinct 4) 



Websites: 

Town of Chelmsford Official Website: 
www.townofchelmsford.us 

Massachusetts State Government: 
www.mass.gov 

United States Government: 
www.firstgov.gov 



town of Chelmsford 
50 billerica road 
Chelmsford, MA 01824 

PHONE: (978) 250-5201 
FAX: (978) 250-5252 

WWW.TOWNOFCHELMSFORD.US 



Chelmsford Community Gardens 
chelmsford massachusetts 

PHOTO COURTESY OF TOM CHRISTIANO